Blessed is She Who Believed

There is a stone building called “Mary’s House” near the ancient city of Ephesus (modern-day Turkey) on a hillside named “Nightingale”. The house is simple,

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The Significance of Things

Either the Catholic is archaic, outdated, and old-fashioned, or s/he has hold over a genuine understanding. The Church has always taught that the dignity of

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The Passion of the Church

On Saturday, August 11, 2018, on the feast of my namesakes, Saint Susanna and Saint Claire, I went to Mass. I had been saddened by

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Give God His Job Back

Most Christians behave, think, and speak as if they are standing right in the middle of the universe with everything and everybody swirling around them.

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