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Monthly Archives: April, 2020

Organize the day for school-at-home

When you’re teaching at home, you’ll be more successful if you abandon the idea of replicating a regular school day and instead, create an easy-to-learn...

Marriage matters: Three verbs to strengthen your marriage

Steve and Bridget Patton hold master’s degrees in theology and counseling and serve as family life ministers for the Diocese of Sacramento. Calamities can bring...

Why do bad things happen to good people?

Father Joe Krupp is a former comedy writer who is now a Catholic priest.  Twitter: @Joeinblack DEAR FATHER JOE: So many good people I know...

After Cardinal Pell’s rightful acquittal 

The unanimous decision by Australia’s High Court to quash Cardinal George Pell’s convictions on charges of “historic sexual abuse” and acquit him of those...

WATCH: Ft. Lupton priest prays rosary, blesses homes while getting exercise

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lQ7ySMwMFrE CBS 4 recently featured Father Grzegorz Wojcik of St. William's Parish in Fort Lupton, who is walking around the town praying and blessing homes...

Retreat at Home: Take a Gratitude Walk

Veronica Szczygiel is the Assistant Director of Online Learning at Fordham University’s Graduate School of Education. In times of trouble, our hearts long for peace...

How can we stay close to God and one another right now?

I feel overwhelmed by the COVID-19 pandemic. Everyday things seem to get worse, and I feel powerless to do anything about it. Even going...

Priests Without People

Fr. Paul D. Scalia is a priest of the Diocese of Arlington, VA, where he serves as Episcopal Vicar for Clergy. The priest came in...and...

Easter lesson for kids at 375º

Michelle DiFranco is a designer and the busy mom of three children.  My daughter once asked me, “Mom, what is the best thing that’s ever...

Easter: The First and Essential Feast

Ask anyone, “What’s the most important celebration of the year?” and the answer seems clear: Christmas. Presents, decorations, music, and Santa. It’d be hard...
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