December 31, 2021

Statue of Saint Sylvester

Saint Sylvester I

Saint Sylvester lived during the time of Constantine when the Church was coming out of hiding and becoming the Church of the empire. Little is known about him, but much is presumed.
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Contention over Catholic University icon grows after it is stolen again

A second icon of Mary holding Jesus has been stolen from outside a chapel at The Catholic University of America following complaints that the image of Christ resembled George Floyd, a Black man killed by a white police officer in ...
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Small Treats

For me, small treats include a good cup of strong coffee, sitting and reading on my porch, watching the clouds sail by, a walk on the beach, reading with my grandchildren, watching a British mystery at bedtime with my wife, ...
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Another Year Ends

As another year draws to an end, let us pause before the manger and express our gratitude to God for all the signs of his generosity in our life and our history.
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