A Eucharistic Lent

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Lent is about going spiritually to the state of the desert, about uniting ourselves to, and imitating, Jesus’ fasting, praying and charity. It’s a...

Giving thanks to God for the gift of human life

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The laws in the United States with regard to abortion are considerably better than before Dobbs v. Jackson was decided in June of 2022.  Not...

A new Bethlehem

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We live at a time in which Christmas crèches have become so much a part of Catholic piety that many believe that they must...

Responding morally as Catholics to the crisis in the Holy Land

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For 75 years, the situation in the Holy Land has created various unresolved political and diplomatic problems. There are two peoples whose identities are...

Praying to Mary for and with the Synod

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In Catholic piety and tradition, October is the month of the Holy Rosary. The month gets its identity from the Memorial of Our Lady...

The vocation of grandparents in the Salvation of the Human Race

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When Pope Francis was giving his aerial press conference returning from World Youth Day in Lisbon, he said the main issue in caring for...

The rejuvenating pilgrimage of the Church to Lisbon

World Youth Days are not just for those who are able to attend in person but are meant to renew and rejuvenate the entire...

The courage to live Sunday as a Christian

In June, the Supreme Court announced major decisions on affirmative action, redistricting, student loans, immigration enforcement, free speech and religious freedom. On the last,...

The time for parish Eucharistic Revival

The celebration of Corpus Christi is always a special time in the Church’s liturgical calendar. It should be, because we celebrate the enduring self-gift...

Giving solid hope and help to our youth in despair

On February 13, the Centers for Disease Control published its biennial Youth Risk Behavior Survey Data Summary and Trends Report for 2011-2021 and it...

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