May 15, 2020

Irena Sendler: World War II ‘s Polish Angel

Irena Sendlerowa (Sendler), a Catholic who became known as the “Polish Angel, ” saved the lives of an estimated 2,500 Jewish children during the Holocaust.

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James Foley: Journalist, Man of Faith

He was murdered by ISIS as he exposed to the world the suffering of the Syrian people. His loved ones look back on his life and legacy.

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Journey to Ephesus

When we think of biblical lands, the nation of Turkey, which straddles Europe and Asia, rarely comes to mind. Yet as a major center for the early Church, this ancient land is home to many sites sacred to the Christian faith.

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Finding the Bay of Parables

I was a Jesuit novice. Over 25 years ago, during the first month in the novitiate, I read about a place called the “Bay of Parables. ” While I can’t remember what book this was, I remember the vivid impression it made.

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Fitting Prayer into a Busy Life

Two years ago I learned some new facts about this same Brother Lawrence who practiced God’s presence: He also participated in formal, liturgical, corporate prayer eight times a dayÑeight times, every day. And then, he prayed without ceasing.

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Welcoming the Stranger

In 2008, I visited St. Gerard Majella Church in the Diocese of Brooklyn in New York. The greeter warmly welcomed me and I took a seat. The bulletin had an entire column devoted to welcoming the newcomer and contained a coupon to fill out if one wanted more information about church membership.

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