Daily Archives: December 7, 2010

Advent Retreat, 2nd Week in Advent With St. Alphonsus Liguori

Finally I continue the retreat that I began here and here. On Sunday, The Second Sunday of Advent, John the Baptist reminds us what the season is about. John the Baptist appeared, preaching in the desert of Judea and saying, … Continue reading

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A Heroic American Priest In Mexico

“The Friars habit is not a bullet proof vest.” With all of the media attention to the filth in the Church, as the Pope so rightly calls the Clergy sexual abuse  of children, we forget that our Church contains saints … Continue reading

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Saint of the Day: St. Ambrose

Bishop, Father and Doctor of the Church. Today is the Memorial of St. Ambrose. “St. Ambrose of Milan’s life (Sant Ambroggio de Milano in Italian) is a particularly fascinating story.  St. Ambrose was born around 339 in what is now … Continue reading

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A Priest, A Rabbi, and a Buddhist Walk Into a Burger Joint…

To bless the place.

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