Celebrating like it’s 1622

Last Saturday the Church marked the 400th anniversary of the joint canonization of four of the most influential figures not just in the counter-reformation...

Genocide Part I

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This meditation begins a series on genocide because this topic by mandate will be taught in Massachusetts schools, as was stated in the New...

The other side of a choice

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Life is filled with choices. Do you want chocolate ice cream or vanilla? A hamburger or pizza? The blue coat or the red one? Should...

Love your enemies

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The senior screamed, “I will grind him into the dust of the earth.” He pointed to the blackboard behind me as he continued, “And...

Bon appétit: From fast food to fine dining

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As I pulled into the parking lot of this restaurant, I found myself a bit out of place. The cars in the lot did...

A far more intentional Lent

There’s a famous story told by Dr. Erwin Lutzer, former pastor of The Moody Church in Chicago, of a man who told him that...

Sensus Fidelium

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On Sunday, Oct. 10, 2021, Pope Francis officially opened the 16th Synod of Bishops. A Synod is a meeting or assembly of Church leaders....

Celebrating Kalaupapa Month

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You may have noticed that I’ve been AWOL from these pages for the past several weeks. The reason is that my computer died a...

Heaven is a personal encounter

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Quite recently, I happened across a catechetical video from quite a large Catholic apostolate which included a segment asking people about what they imagined...

Lent: A gift for us meant to be shared

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As Lent 2022 begins, it is no coincidence that the Gospel passage for the Sunday preceding our collective entry into the desert of penance...

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