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Merry Christmas! A special welcome to all of those who were visitors to our parishes. Whether family members of our parishioners, travelers or folks who simply found themselves at our parishes for Christmas, I am especially grateful! Thank you for … Continue reading
It happens fairly often as a priest that someone will share the wages of sin in their life: a tearful conversation after Mass, an e-mail sent in the heat of the moment, voice mail left in early morning, spontaneous visits … Continue reading
Late last night, President Obama triumphantly declared that Osama bin Laden had been found and killed in Pakistan by a covert team of Navy SEALs guided by the CIA. In his statement he said the following [emphasis mine]: For over … Continue reading
As I write this tonight, it is the evening of Good Friday. The last forty eight hours have been something of a blur. As a Catholic ever-interested in the many prayers and practices of the Triduum – and as a … Continue reading