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A Devotional: Celebrate the Joy

April 17, AD2017 1 Comment
A Devotional: Celebrate the Joy

“Happy is he who does not have sadness in his mind, and who has not fallen away from his hope.” -Sirach 14:2 Finding Hope in Christ Lent is a time of fasting, prayer, and almsgiving toward others. It is a time of sacrifice and charity. It is a time of getting to know Jesus even […]

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Spending My Christmas in Whoville

December 25, AD2016 1 Comment
Spending My Christmas in Whoville

In the Christmas classic, Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas, the residents of Whoville wake up on Christmas morning to find none of their Christmas trimmings in place. The Grinch has stolen their trees, their presents, their colorful lights, and their Christmas dinner. Yet, seemingly oblivious to this treachery, the Whoville denizens gather to sing and […]

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St. Joseph: Model of a Righteous Man

December 19, AD2016 3 Comments
St. Joseph: Model of a Righteous Man

Christmas is fast approaching, but even for good Catholics, it’s sometimes easy to lose sight of the real reason we celebrate. It also doesn’t help with the secular world’s ever-more insistent message of ‘buy this, buy that; you haven’t lived until you own one of these; she’ll REALLY love you if you get her this; […]

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The Most Holy Rosary: Our Simple Breviary (Part 1)

January 22, AD2016 0 Comments
The Most Holy Rosary: Our Simple Breviary (Part 1)

Author’s Note:  This article is a the first in a five-part series examining the beauty and medication of the Most Holy Rosary. This series is dedicated to the memory of Fr. Patrick Peyton, C.S.C., whose love and dedication to the Rosary inspired its widespread use and understanding in our time. You can look at a […]

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Saint Joseph and His Call to Men

January 11, AD2016 0 Comments
Saint Joseph and His Call to Men

There is a Catholic “man-crisis.” Many men have quit Catholicism and many fail to practice the faith. Many Catholic men have lost sight of the powerful attractiveness of heroic Catholic manhood. Now is the time when we need to bring St. Joseph back into the spotlight of our religious life. St. Joseph As a Role […]

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