Monthly Archives: January 2013

Pope Benedict to the World: Kindness and Truth

VATICAN CITY — Here is the official Vatican English translation of the “Urbi et Orbi” Christmas Day message read in Italian by Pope Benedict XVI Tuesday. “Urbi et Orbi” is Latin for “to the city and to the world.” ——– … Continue reading

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Re-Orienting Culture

By Deacon Andre Metrejean I know this priest that uses an old Mass vessel as a candy dish. When I first saw this I felt a little numb, confused, disoriented. I remember the first time I saw two gay men … Continue reading

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Faith and Widowhood

By Guest Blogger Eileen Schamber “Remain In Me” was the theme heading for the daily reflection on the gospel reading on May 14, 2008.  My heart reeled with questions as I read, “…Remain in me , as I remain in … Continue reading

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