Sacraments
Fr. Gerald Musa

Holy Communion

A saintly priest had a devout parishioner who developed a habit of leaving the Church before the end of Mass. One day, while the parishioner

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Sacraments
Fr. Joseph Gill

Eucharistic Hunger

The Solemnity of Corpus Christi is the day that we celebrate the very gift that brings us together every Sunday: the Lord’s Body and Blood

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Religion
Kat Larson

Silence

After eight long weeks, I was finally able to re-enter a church for Sunday Mass. The restrictions imposed by the pandemic that has plagued our

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Religion
Noel Ethan Tan

Absurdity

Acts 9, Psalm 117, John 6 There was an interesting thematic link between the two readings last Friday. Acts tells of the famous conversion of

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Feasts
Kat Larson

Easter Hope

He has Risen, He has Risen indeed. Praise the Lord, Glory and Alleluia. I do not think I have ever been so starved to speak

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Feasts
Noel Ethan Tan

Bible Study with Jesus

Imagine a Bible study with Jesus. That’s what happened on the road to Emmaus — when Jesus taught Cleopas and his companion all about the

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Apologetics
Fr. Gerald Musa

Easter Resurrection from Death

Very often we assume that we understand the mystery of death and resurrection. Sometimes, children pose some basic questions to us about death and resurrection

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Columnists
Cristina Montes

Holy Thursday 2020

My Lord, I yearn for You As I gaze through my tablet screen At the livestreamed close-up image Of the Host in the golden monstrance.

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Sacraments
Guest Writer

The Privilege of Boredom

Guest post by Rachel Fiore. Several months ago, I sat in the pews for 8 AM daily Mass. It was becoming routine for me to

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Columnists
Fr. Joseph Gill

The Transformation of a Soul

The gift of being human means that we can change direction in our lives. Perhaps we’re heading down one path, and then something comes and

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Religion
Steve Kellmeyer

Rejoice, Jerusalem!

Many Catholics have been unhappy with various bishops. The bishops have suspended public Masses, restricted access to the Eucharist, made it very difficult to go

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Health & Fitness
Guest Writer

A word in defense of the bishops

Guest post by Gerard M. Nadal. The most difficult thing to imagine is churches with no daily or Sunday Masses. No sacraments. The recent shutterings

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Columnists
Fr. Joseph Gill

The Daily Sacrifice

In the Old Testament, the Jews had a powerful and beautiful way to worship — daily sacrifices in the Temple. Following God’s commands, they worshiped

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Family
Guest Writer

On Blackouts

Guest post by Gerard M. Nadal. Something strange and beautiful is happening in the Church amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. A reawakening to intimacy is occurring.

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Columnists
Fr. Joseph Gill

Do We Get A Second Chance?

This past week, as the world was still remembering the death of NBA legend Kobe Bryant, a high school principal in Washington State posted on

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