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When real life calls, blogging moves to the back burner. And boy, has life been real lately: surgery, moving, et alli. I’m dusting off the blog and will be returning shortly to this space with commentary and photos. yeah, wating … Continue reading
I came across two homilies given today that I thought worth sharing with you. The first, Archbishop Jose Gomez, of Los Angeles. Listen for these gems his Excellency shared at the cathedral this morning: “In God’s plan of love, marriage … Continue reading
“Dear brothers and sisters! Today is the feast of the Holy Family of Nazareth. In the liturgy the passage from Luke’s Gospel presents the Virgin Mary and St. Joseph who, faithful to tradition, go to Jerusalem for the Passover with … Continue reading
Don’t always take us where we want to go….
from the archives The month of December always encompasses the seasons of Advent and Christmas. It is a month of noteworthy days about mothers and children, all leading up to the birth of the One Child. It foreshadows joy and … Continue reading
At the root of every act of violence against one’s neighbour there is a concession to the “thinking” of the evil one, the one who “was a murderer from the beginning” (Jn 8:44). As the Apostle John reminds us: “For … Continue reading
Did you know that the Holy See has answered some questions on how Catholics participate in political life? It can be found here: DOCTRINAL NOTE on some questions regarding The Participation of Catholics in Political Life “The Congregation for the … Continue reading
Yesterday during his Wednesday audience the Holy Father spoke of Catholic faith and its role in the life of the individual and the community at large. In particular he made the distinction between faith as personal yet not a private. … Continue reading
Every election is important. Of course. Every election is historic. Obviously. But no other election had riding on it life and liberty like this one. Pray. Pray. Pray. O God, we acknowledge you today as Lord, Not only of individuals, … Continue reading