Tag Archive: #catholic

Second Collection: Church in Latin America

Posted on January 17, 2022
There will be a second collection for the Church in Latin America at all masses this Saturday and Sunday, January 22 and 23. Please help strengthen families, fund Catholic education, and foster priestly and religious vocations by giving what you [read more...]

Evangelization Begins in Your Home

Posted on November 30, 2021
In my November 7 article, I talked about the need for us to find God in our life by looking for “The Truth.” Today I want to talk about the need for us to help the next generation to find [read more...]

How authentic was the USCCB’s synodality?

Posted on November 26, 2021
The following analysis is from Ed Condon of The Pillar. After a USCCB meeting last week that featured several closed-door meetings of bishops, bishops have said a decision to hold more of their meetings in private allowed for an atmosphere [read more...]

Eyes on the Prize

Posted on November 24, 2021
Bishop Robert Barron’s Gospel Reflection from Wednesday, November 24, reminds us what we must have the conviction to do, and sometimes the price we must pay, as Catholics (and Christians).   MEMORIAL OF SAINT ANDREW DŨNG-LẠC, PRIEST, AND COMPANIONS, MARTYRS [read more...]

Look to God to Counter Life’s Craziness

Posted on November 2, 2021
Our Path to God My focus today is an attempt to answer a question that I have heard from many people (including myself) – “How do we deal with all the craziness in our world today? Obviously, the answer is [read more...]

The Multi-parish Mission is ON!

Posted on October 26, 2021
Save the Date! “Sacraments, The Treasury of our Faith,” presented by Fr. Thomas R. McCarthy, O.S.A. is on! This three-day, multi-parish mission will begin on Monday, November 29, and conclude on Wednesday, December 1. It will take place at St. [read more...]