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The McGivney way

By Brian Caulfield

While our Church moves toward the opportunities and challenges of a new year, I have been caught in something of a time warp. As Vice Postulator... (Read more)

The 'Roe Generations'

By Jason Godin

Forty years ago this week, the U.S. Supreme Court decided Roe v. Wade. In terms of demographics, that means almost two generations of Americans... (Read more)

The difference faith makes

By Brian Caulfield

What would your life be like without the Mass, the sacraments, regular prayer, a sense of God’s presence and goodness, the soaring sight of a... (Read more)

Faith in your workplace

By Randy Hain

As we begin a new year, have you considered how to bring your Catholic faith with you to work? Putting God first and blending your faith with... (Read more)

A perfect gift

By Jason Godin

The days before Christmas found people rushing to buy “perfect” gifts. A variety of advertisements and news reports displayed store shelves that... (Read more)
Over lunch this week with a long-time client, the blessing I said at the beginning of the meal sparked an interesting conversation. This human... (Read more)

Triumphs of Tepeyac

By Jason Godin

A constant reality during the Season of Advent is Christmas art. Our mailboxes fill with religious cards displaying choirs of announcing angels,... (Read more)
Sexting, drugs, alcohol, cyber-bullying, teen suicide, rampant materialism, technology addiction, and me-first mindsets. The list of challenges... (Read more)

Kingship of Love

By Jason Godin

This week the Church ends its liturgical year by celebrating the Solemnity of Christ the King. It is a prominent feast day that speaks with as... (Read more)

In all things faith

By Brian Caulfield

As we pass through the early weeks of this Year of Faith, it is well to recall the oft-repeated words of Blessed Mother Teresa: God calls us not... (Read more)

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