Of Tax Collectors and Tolerance

But the Pharisees and their scribes complained to his disciples, saying, “Why do you eat and drink with tax collectors and sinners?”  (Luke 5:30) I miss

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veil, mass, tradition

The 18-Minute Mass

    The Church lays down a minimum for attending Mass and receiving the Eucharist. The Church obliges the faithful to take part in the

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joan of arc, courage

No Terror By Night, or Day!

  On Friday we all reflected on the events of 9/11, 14 years ago.  It was been unavoidable, if you turned on a television, radio

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abortion, baby, newborn, family, nfp

5 Reasons Abortion Remains Legal

Here we are, forty-two years later, and the ill-conceived legal right to abortion still targets the most innocent members of our society. Despite prayer, educational

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Pope Francis Remakes the Vatican?

The August 2015 edition of The National Geographic Magazine features a lengthy article on Pope Francis, written by Robert Draper after six months of observing

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sacred heart, jesus, love, suffering, redemption

Do You Not Yet Have Faith?

For me, the word yet jumps out most in this article’s title. When will we finally cast fears aside? Is it by choosing to focus on

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