The teaching of the Church about the ethics of Covid vaccines

I n recent weeks, I have encountered scores of people who are confused about Church teaching with regard to the morality of taking COVID-19 vaccines.  This...

Oh, the places you will go!

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As we come to a close of this most unusual school year, many of you are coming to the close of your high school...

Community

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Community is so important in the lives of all people but especially in the lives of Christians. We were made in the image of...

Miracle of Peace

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I have had a few intentions lately for prayers for healing and some of these prayers are for miracles. I have looked up specific...

Of witnessing and parenting

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Growing up in Fall River, it seemed that our parish would find any excuse to have a procession. Whether it was two processions for...

A Mother’s Day Past

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One of my favorite things to do is to buy family and friends gifts. I place great emphasis to get the giftee the perfect...

A Joseph by any other Name

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Here we sit (or stand, lie, or whatever position you’re in when reading this), just two weeks shy of the mid-point of the Year...

We, like the Early Disciples, can Proclaim the Gospel

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The challenges to evangelization today can be daunting. How can we preach the Gospel of Jesus Christ and draw people into, or back into,...

Tension without Tension

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The mother as a bridge between generations is as firm a sign of the Church as any that exists, for she is called to...

There is a lot on their plates

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During the last year-plus, as the pandemic affected just about every routine and way of life for nearly everyone, if not everyone, I did...

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