Of witnessing and parenting

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Growing up in Fall River, it seemed that our parish would find any excuse to have a procession. Whether it was two processions for...

Community

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Community is so important in the lives of all people but especially in the lives of Christians. We were made in the image of...

The teaching of the Church about the ethics of Covid vaccines

I n recent weeks, I have encountered scores of people who are confused about Church teaching with regard to the morality of taking COVID-19 vaccines.  This...

A Mother’s Day Past

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One of my favorite things to do is to buy family and friends gifts. I place great emphasis to get the giftee the perfect...

Growing in Faith through Podcasts

At the beginning of the year, there was the uplifting news that a new podcast, “Bible In A Year” (with Father Mike Schmitz) topped...

There is a lot on their plates

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During the last year-plus, as the pandemic affected just about every routine and way of life for nearly everyone, if not everyone, I did...

We, like the Early Disciples, can Proclaim the Gospel

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The challenges to evangelization today can be daunting. How can we preach the Gospel of Jesus Christ and draw people into, or back into,...

Father Joseph Henchey: Jesus’ Holy Henchman

I have been blessed to know hundreds of great priests whose friendship, words and example have made me a more faithful disciple and more...

Countering Catholic Misinformation about Vaccines

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Someone recently mentioned to me that he was not planning to get the COVID-19 vaccine. He told me he was concerned that RNA vaccines...

The Road Less Traveled

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The house is no longer there, the cottage where my grandparents, Kate and Pat Fallon raised five children, the oldest being my mother, Mary....

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