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The Prodigal Son: The Parable of Parables http://ow.ly/KTekz
“And he said to him, ‘Son, you are always with me, and all that is mine is yours. It was fitting to make merry and be glad, for this your brother was dead, and is alive; he was lost, and is found.’ ” Chartres is the cathedral of cathedrals, and here is the parable of …
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An Angel and a Maiden: My Ongoing Understanding of the Annunciation http://ow.ly/KTeAW
Years ago, my mother-in-law introduced me to the Universal Living Rosary Association of St. Philomena, and I couldn’t resist joining her in signing up for a decade of my own. I was just sure this would be something that would make a huge impact in my life. And when I received my little card with …
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Speaking Up For God http://ow.ly/KSxtx
March 29, 2015 Palm Sunday of the Lord’s Passion First Reading: Isaiah 50:4-7 http://www.usccb.org/bible/readings/032915.cfm Speaking up for God can be uncomfortable. While everyone loves to be showered with Christian charity, help in time of need, and nonjudgmental loving assistance, not everyone loves to hear a Christian speaking up on behalf of God. Whether we are …
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St. Rupert of Salzburg, pray for us! #saintoftheday http://ow.ly/KSxyr
Rupert lived in the eighth century during the time of Childebert III, King of the Franks. He was born of a noble family, and is said to have been pious and devout. His manner was upstanding and he was always truthful. He became Bishop of Worms and was well known for his piety. Many came …
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The Sunday Propers: Palm Sunday Mercies http://ow.ly/KPwjW
As we enter into Holy Week, those who frequent the Extraordinary Form are always in for a treat.  I would dare say that one has not really experienced the beauty of the Latin Mass until one goes through the Holy Week ceremonies started off by Palm Sunday.  If you can find a Church that celebrates …
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The True Figure of Christ on Earth http://ow.ly/KPwdW
A man’s life is a weft of happenings of every sort. People and things are there, friendly and hostile, close or alien. They work their influence; they hinder or further. Man comes to grips with the realities of the world; he has dealings; he acts, creates, and experiences his destiny. This plethora of elements is …
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The True Figure of Christ on Earth http://ow.ly/KTehI
A man’s life is a weft of happenings of every sort. People and things are there, friendly and hostile, close or alien. They work their influence; they hinder or further. Man comes to grips with the realities of the world; he has dealings; he acts, creates, and experiences his destiny. This plethora of elements is …
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Scripture Speaks: Palm Sunday http://ow.ly/KSxwJ
In our Lenten journey, have we discovered that we are studies in contrasts? Did we begin with great aspirations and are now feeling more than ever our fickleness? If so, we are truly ready for Palm Sunday. Gospel (Read Mark 14:1-15:47) Today, in the universal Catholic Church, we rise during Mass to hear a full …
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Of Six Things Necessary to Prayer http://ow.ly/KSxPJ
Of Six Things Necessary to Prayer “These are the exercises and meditations, Christian reader, wherewith every day you may feed your soul, which if you do rightly use, you will never want matter to engage your mind devoutly. But note that meditation, if it be well performed, ought to consist of six parts; some of …
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Cinderella, Prince Charming, and True Gentlemanliness http://ow.ly/KPwAj
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The Forgotten Benefits of Christ Within http://ow.ly/KPwgO
I was having my very first funeral service as a seminarian when what I then considered the unthinkable happened – I started to cry as I noticed the deep pains of the bereaved even though I knew nothing about the deceased during her life. I was thinking, “How am I going to be a priest …
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St. Margaret of Clitherow, pray for us! #saintoftheday http://ow.ly/KPwpr
Margaret was born in 1556 in Middleton, England. Her father was a wax chandler and both her parents were Protestants. She was not only very attractive but also had a charming personality. In 1571 she married John Clitherow, a well-to-do butcher, and they had three children. About three years into their marriage, Margaret converted to …
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