December 3, 2020

Painting of Saint Francis Xavier

Saint Francis Xavier

Saint Francis Xavier was won over to Christ by the gentle persuasion of Saint Ignatius of Loyola. He then joined the Jesuits and soon after set off for the East, where he labored the rest of his life. Xavier was ...
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El Salvador church hails U.S. Catholic women as models of solidarity

In one of the regions of El Salvador most battered in a bloody war funded by American dollars, four Catholic women from the U.S. were hailed as examples of solidarity, of Christian faith and martyrdom, as Salvadorans remembered them Dec. ...
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Marriage Moment: The Peanut Butter War

When Mark and I first got married, we went through all the required Pre-Cana classes and even decided to go for the full Engaged Encounter weekend as opposed to the abbreviated one-day class. Come our wedding day, we thought we ...
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Rebuild My Church

“You have to go to Mass to hear Father Ben’s homily.” That was the message I got in text after text on a Saturday night a few months ago. Just days before, I had shared on my Facebook page the ...
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Becoming God’s Instruments

The need to be in control can be such a slippery slope on the spiritual journey: When do we take charge and act? When do we hold back and trust? So many of us live delusional lives and think we’re ...
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