Monthly Archives: February 2013

Ashes to Ashes

The ever-insightful Fr. Robert Barron offers us some powerful insights on Lent:

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Faith, Compromise and the HHS Mandate

Francis Cardinal George shares in this new brief his thoughts on the latest ‘deal’ offered by the Obama administration on the HHS mandate:

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Evangelical Catholicism for Christophobic times

By Guest Blogger George Weigel I’ve travelled from inner-city parishes to the corridors of the Vatican; from the barrios of Bogota to the streets of Dublin; across the United States and throughout Europe, Latin America, Oceania and the Holy Land. … Continue reading

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Marital Faith

By Guest Blogger Fr. Richard Schamber Rings are intimate symbols of Christian marriage. They are exchanged by Christian husbands and wives as a sign of their public vows. These rings bear witness to the lifelong covenant they have entered upon. … Continue reading

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Faith and My Cross

By Guest Blogger Deacon Dave Wadle (from a bulletin insert shared with his parish family)… May the grace and peace of our Lord Jesus Christ be with you all!  It is good to be in your presence at the Holy … Continue reading

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Black History Month: St. Moses the Black

One of the more exciting of the early monks in the period of desert Christian monasticism was a Black African (Nubian) now honored as St. Moses the Black. The Lausiac History of Palladius is the main historical source for his … Continue reading

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Faith and Suffering

By Guest Blogger Kathy Behm… This is an interesting combination of words challenging me to ask the question, “Why is suffering the means of building our faith?” Suffering was the means by which Jesus accomplished our salvation. Son though he … Continue reading

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