November 27, 2020

Stained glass window of Saint Francesco Antonio Fasani

Saint Francesco Antonio Fasani

Saint Francesco Antonio Fasani was a Conventual Franciscan who taught the younger members of his community and served in administration. He was recognized as a great preacher and confessor. In the minds of the local people Francesco was considered a saint at his death.

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Communities that take their own ’path’ lack Holy Spirit, pope says

Pope Francis said he was dismayed by Catholic communities and groups that claim to be working to improve church life, but attempt to do so without prayer, the Eucharist and unity with the rest of the church.

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Opening the Gift

When we pray and seek out God, we are often led right to what’s already here in our lives.

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Frequently Asked Questions about Advent

Advent, which comes from the Latin word for arrival or coming, is a period of preparation for the birth of our Lord. Advent begins four Sundays before Christmas and is the start of the Christmas season, which lasts through the Baptism of Our Lord.

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‘Let Us Begin Again’: An Advent Invitation

Throughout the season of Advent, we explore the mystery of the Incarnation, Jesus letting go of divine splendor to embrace a human existence.

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