Heart burn

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As you may have read in The Anchor a few weeks ago, the diocese has started a new 40-hour Devotion to the Eucharist. On...

Not on bread alone

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Just this morning I received an email from a friend on one of our family islands, asking me whether I would be writing an...

Imitating Ignatius as he imitated Francis and Dominic

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The most memorable Christmas present I’ve received was not from Santa during my infancy or sneakers, sports equipment or gadgets from my folks during...

The importance of grandparents

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One of my favorite memories growing up was when my grandfather would drop by our home for a surprise visit. I always loved seeing...

How big is a barley loaf?

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Jesus feeds a multitude of people from five barley loaves and two fish (Jn 6:1-15). By the time one is a middle-aged Catholic, one...

A long overdue pep (and mem) talk

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As you can see on page one of this edition of The Anchor, Pope Francis has designated this Sunday (July 25) as the first...

Challenging the establishment on childhood gender transitions

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A 23-year-old woman named Keira Bell recently brought a pivotal lawsuit against the National Health Services Gender Identity Development Clinic in London, better known as...

It matters

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 I was once again touched by a story that was recently shared in an article I read.  This story as an example of the...

Remembering Father Santa

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 A couple of weeks ago marked the fourth anniversary of the passing of one of my best friends, and my golf partner, Msgr. Tom...

Preparing for the inaugural World Day of Grandparents and the Elderly

Many countries have special days to honor grandparents.  Some choose fixed days: Poland celebrates on January 21 (grandmothers) and 22 (grandfathers); The Netherlands, June 4;...

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