The Resurrection is everything

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The bodily resurrection of Jesus Christ is everything. Without the supernatural act of the Resurrection, Christianity simply makes no sense. All of our rituals,...

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...

Liturgical seasons

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As I write this article we are still a few days from Christmas. The gifts have been purchased (mostly), the tree is trimmed, the...

Rekindling a spark

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Recent Liturgical readings call our attention in a powerful way to the centrality of the Eucharist in the life of the Church. We simply...

The Trinity: Love and mystery

The recently celebrated feast of the Holy Trinity is often accompanied by sermons that can be challenging to give and even harder to understand....

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,...

Family prayer — a witness to children of love of God

If you are like me you are probably getting tired of “all-COVID-19-all-the-time” news. Every article I see online seems to be about COVID-19, there...

How will we, the Church, emerge from this crisis?

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As Catholics, how will we emerge as a Church from the COVID-19 crisis and this unprecedented time of social distancing? Perhaps after all the scandal and corruption in recent years, this moment marks...

Why do Catholic school students wear uniforms?

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During this Catholic Schools Week 2020, it is an opportune moment to reflect on one of the more distinctive facets of Catholic schools: uniforms....

A Catholic teaching seldom explored

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Catholic social teaching is often referred to as “the best kept secret of the Catholic Church.” This teaching concerns the role we as disciples...

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