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Blessed Charles de Foucauld (September 15, 1858 – December 1, 1916)

Blessed Charles de Foucauld was born on September 15, 1858 in Strasbourg, France to an aristocratic family. After losing his parent at the age of six, Charles and his sister were raised by their grandfather. While he was in high … Continue reading

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St. Francis Xavier (1506 – 1552)

Today is the feast of St. Francis Xavier, so St. Francis Xavier was born on April 7, 1506 in the Kingdom of Navarre in Northern Spain. He was born into a wealthy aristocratic family. His father died when he was … Continue reading

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It Can Happen Here

In a recent review of the film For Greater Glory, a priest said that while it was a good film, there were no parallels between that time period of Mexican history (1920s) and present day US. He stated that the … Continue reading

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Priest Lays Down the Law on Socialism and Religious Freedom

I found this video the other day. All I can say is “Finally, here is a priest (Fr. Andrew Kemberling) who is not afraid to speak out against socialism.” Watch and forward to your friends and relatives. This should be … Continue reading

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Religious Headgear Makes a Come Back

One of the biggest things that’s missing today is religious headgear. If you look at pictures of clergy in the past, you will notice priests wearing all kinds of distinctive head coverings. These head coverings set them apart and made it obvious that they … Continue reading

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Silence is Golden – Especially in Church

Last Sunday, as I knelt for Holy Communion, a little boy followed closely by his mother darted past me and towards the altar. This Sunday, a young mother hurried down the main and side aisles in pursuit of her baby … Continue reading

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Clothe Thy Nakedness

It happens every year.  Once the temperature gets 65 degrees, out come the shorts and flip-flops.  The problem is that every years the summer clothes keep covering less and less.  This is scandalous, especially for a guy trying to keep … Continue reading

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