Being Globally Generous

Although Uganda is not a Top 10 Places to Vacation on any list that I have seen, I really meant to go there to relax and

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MARRIAGE: A Well-Defined Union

“Many well-meaning people think same-sex marriage is just about equality and spreading the benefits of marriage. Its more radical supporters know it’s about destroying marriage

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Breaking Lenten Fasts

Many people have come asking me what to do if they broke their Lenten resolution. Do they have to find something NEW now? \”Ok, think.

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Take Courage: Be a Man

King David tells his son Solomon: Take Courage. Be a Man. (1 Kings 2:2). It\’s a great one-liner and a bestowal of manhood from a

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The Lay Faithful\’s Call to Kerygma

I have been slow in reading Pope Francis\’ Letter Evangelii Gaudium (The Joy of the Gospel) on the New Evangelization. Thankfully, there are movements in the Catholic

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Reasons to Love the Immaculata

This year we celebrate The Immaculate Conception of Our Lady on Monday, December 9th.  Traditionally, it is celebrated on December 8th.  However, since the Second

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Making the Most of Aparecida

Pope Francis has been handing out the concluding document from the 5th General Conference of Latin American Bishops, a.k.a. \”Aparecida\” to many diplomats and leaders

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Priestly Holiness

This week, we\’ve had some great role models for priests. St. John Eudes and Pope St. Pius X, both great men of holiness, men who

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This is Starting to Sound Elizabethan

Msgr. Robert Hugh Benson wrote a novel Come Rack! Come Rope! about religious persecution during the Elizabethan era in England. This more-than-just-a-novel shows the gradualness

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