Witness to Mercy

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Last Sunday we were invited to meditate upon Divine Mercy and to seek it out through the Sacrament of Reconciliation. Ultimately (in the truest...

Wisdom and understanding

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During the Easter season at daily and Sunday Masses we hear proclaimed (even if only via television or the Internet) the Acts of the...

Religious freedom week

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The bishops of the United States invite us to observe Religious Freedom Week from June 22 to 29, which is from the memorial of...

Racism and Catholicism

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Catholics in the United States are in an awkward situation as we face the current racism crisis. For those of us who are white,...

Father John Perry

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“Perhaps truer words have never been spoken: ‘Be prepared, for at an hour you do not expect, the Son of Man will come’ (Mt...

Deacons today

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On June 19, Pope Francis met with the permanent deacons of the Diocese of Rome, along with their families. His words are a good...

Sadness in Atlanta

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On March 16 there was a series of deadly shootings in massage parlors in Atlanta. Debates about the motive of the killer continue to...

Works of Mercy during the pandemic

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n 2016 we Catholics observed a Year of Mercy, which reminded us to approach the Lord Jesus to receive His mercy and urged us to...

Giving to the Catholic Appeal

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“This is My commandment: love one another as I love you” (Jn 15: 12), Jesus ordered us in the Gospel on Mother’s Day. He...

A new type of Lent

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This is certainly a time like no other — for most of us, that is. We need to keep in perspective that almost anyone...

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