Month: November 2019

Precious Time

Weekly Reflections
So too, you also must be prepared for at an hour you do not expect, the Son of Man will come. (Mt 24:44) We are given fair warning: “Be prepared!”…
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Fatherly Dreams

Weekly Reflections
In Sacred Scripture, “the word, father, is a designation used not only for the immediate male progenitor, but also for the head of a people or tribe (Gen. 19:37), or…
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Giving Thanks

Weekly Reflections
By Vincent Ryan Ruggiero (Courtesy: Catholic Journal.US) Special days of thanksgiving existed in earlier cultures, including Egyptian, Greek, Roman, and ancient Jewish, yet we Americans are more familiar with the…
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Archbishop Vigneron Elected

Weekly Reflections
BALTIMORE — Detroit Archbishop Allen H. Vigneron has been elected vice president of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops following voting Tuesday morning at the bishops’ general assembly in Baltimore.…
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Our Zacchaeus Moment

Weekly Reflections
During September 1984, now St. Pope John Paul II embarked upon an 11-day apostolic journey through Canada. Midway through that journey, on September 15th, the pope celebrated an afternoon Mass…
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The Other Side

Weekly Reflections
There was a couple that had been married for more than 50 years when one day, unexpectedly, the husband passed away. A few days after the funeral, their pastor visited…
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