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Monthly Archives: May, 2015

11 men prepare for diaconate ordination

After years of study and guidance from the Holy Spirit, 11 men will be ordained into the permanent diaconate June 20. Archbishop Samuel Aquila will...

PHOTO ALBUM: Guppies pool for spirited faith day

This year’s fun and faith-filled Guppy Fest focused on spreading the faith to a smaller group of youth. The June 6 youth rally at St....

A fortnight for the Gospel

Freedom is a precious word enshrined in the U.S. Constitution protecting one of Americans’ most important rights: practicing one’s faith. In the face of many...

New pastors, new blessings

The great evangelist Archbishop Fulton Sheen once said, "When we surrender to God, we get ourselves back ennobled and enriched" (The Priest Is Not...

A second chance

Amy felt torn while waiting inside the abortion clinic. Upset and confused, she didn’t want another baby, especially at 38 years old. But during her...

Themes for surviving ‘Ordinary Time’

I’m fortunate to hear good preaching on a regular basis. But even the best Catholic preaching these days leans far more toward moral exhortation...

The Church says what?

If you’re like me, more than once during your faith journey you’ve found yourself challenged by a Church teaching. Back in February I received a...

Face and embrace complementarity, professor Alvaré says

The word complementarity can rankle and disturb the secular world when mentioned in the context of marriage and work, yet professor Helen Alvaré said...

The myth of Washington gridlock

“Gridlock” along the Potomac—the difficulties the Congress has in getting things done, the difficulties the Congress and the White House have in cooperating to...

Matt Maher coming to Red Rocks, asks for Christian unity

The call for a singular Christian life is a personal mission for musician Matt Maher, who will play two shows at Red Rocks Amphitheatre...
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