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Monthly Archives: April, 2018

Father Jan Mucha remembered for his ‘joy and simplicity’

When Father Marek Ciesla was 11 years old, he encountered a priest in his hometown in northern Poland who was visiting his parish on...

Learning to use social media well

Maybe it’s just me, but I have this total love/hate relationship with social media. I’ll have a week where I spend far too much...

Roe v. Wade Derangement Syndrome

The defense of the indefensible often leads to a kind of derangement in otherwise rational people. That was the case with the defenders of...

To the youth: Christ needs you!

On April 22, the World Day of Prayer for Consecrated Vocations is celebrated in the Church: prayer for the ordained ministries (priesthood and diaconate),...

Pope Francis: Hell-denier? No.

So the Pope has a friend — a rather colorful friend — with whom he likes to chat periodically.  This friend, unfortunately, is also...

Pope Francis responds to letters from Blessed Sacrament students

Last week, Blessed Sacrament Catholic School received a surprise of papal proportions. Back in February, Nancy Lowell’s first grade class wrote some letters to Pope...

Mounting evidence for the Shroud of Turin’s authenticity

On Easter Sunday, one of the possible Gospel readings described how Peter and John found the empty tomb. It also described the first sight...

The saints ‘next door’

Every Christian has a goal, a longing in their heart, a yearning to become a saint. Yes, a saint. It’s not about holding an important office...

Ditch the modern-day masks of Jesus (pt. 1)

Jesus is arguably the most influential person to ever walk the Earth – and perhaps the most misunderstood. For many, he was a great...

Facebook privacy scandal a wake-up call for Catholics, experts say

As Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg testified before the senate with regards to the Cambridge Analytica privacy scandal April 10 and 11, many...
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