Lingering at Immediate

Growing up outside of Lowell, Massachusetts, in a French-Canadian home, we spoke French exclusively. My mother, a certified teacher in Canada, home schooled me a bit, and when

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Holy Rosary

The Beauty of the Rosary

Looking back over the course of the years which have been accumulated thus far in my  life, one of the items to which I have always returned has

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faith, discipleship

Keeping Up With The Joneses

Over the passage of time, I have observed a change in the Jones families I have encountered.The Jones family is that stereotypical family in the

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Belief: In God We Trust

Belief in God  has been a constant throughout my career. As I look back over the decades, there have been very few constants, companies came

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A Light, Silent Sound

Many of the articles which appear on Catholic Stand are correctly concerned about the election, abortion, medical issues, technology which blurs reality, the general economy, and the

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saint peter, fisherman, st peter, peter, faith

Music Has Long Spoken To Me

Music has Charms to sooth a savage Breast The above phrase was coined by William Congreve, in The Mourning Bride, 1697, and has long been

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church, priest, ordination, mass

Three Kinds of Catholics?

Three kinds of Catholics From time to time, our work schedule disrupted the now weekly Tuesday morning coffee breaks Josh, my cube farm neighbor, and

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