Saint Anthony of Padua

June 9, 2016 Paul Gallagher 0

I was sitting in a meeting at my parish, and in the corner of the room sat a life-size statue of Saint Anthony of Padua. Several years ago, the statue was moved up from a […]

Mary, Mother of Catechists

May 5, 2016 Darcy Osby 0

The Blessed Virgin Mary is so many things to us: she is our mother, our help, our comfort, and our joy. She is our model disciple; she is the “untier of knots.” She is also […]

Who Ya Gonna Call?

December 31, 2015 Joe Paprocki 0

We Catholics mark the first day of the secular calendar by celebrating the Solemnity of Mary, the Mother of God. As Bishop Robert Barron often reminds us, Marian feast days are ultimately about Jesus. Today, […]

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