Religion
Fr. Gerald Musa

Genuine and False Shepherds

4th Sunday of Easter/Good Shepherd Sunday/Year A, John 10:1-10 Pastor is a Latin word, which means shepherd, and Bonus Pastor is Good Shepherd. A shepherd

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Religion
Fr. Joseph Gill

A Sheep in American Clothing

Today is often called “Good Shepherd Sunday”, for the Gospel reflects Jesus’ pastoral title of Good Shepherd. But if Jesus is the Shepherd, that means

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Columnists
Noel Ethan Tan

Truth & Lies

St. Athanasius, pray for us! Just like St. Peter in Acts, St. Athanasius was a Saint who was caught in fierce theological battle with his

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Career
Fr. Joseph Gill

The Dignity of Work

Recently some politicians and even some religious leaders have floated the idea of a “Universal Basic Income” (UBI) — a monthly check that one would

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Career
Fr. Gerald Musa

7 Points for Workers’ Day

Despite the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, we celebrate all workers in public and private sectors. We celebrate in a special way workers who are on the

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Men's Issues
Guest Writer

Masculinity

By Marcus Leong, a writer at Clarifying Catholicism. In my first semester in the United States after coming from Malaysia, I remember realizing how I

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Feasts
Fr. Gerald Musa

Sharing the Saving News

Third Sunday of Easter — Gospel: Luke 24:13-35 The word Kerygma is a Greek word derived from the verb Kerusso, that means to cry or

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Prayer
Fr. Joseph Gill

Never Give Up Faith

One of the great mystics of the Church, St. John of the Cross, used to keep a prayer journal where he would write down insights,

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Prayer
Guest Writer

Why Pilgrimages are Necessary

By Elizabeth Self, a writer at Clarifying Catholicism. As a conscientious Catholic, I’ve often been afraid that I may be called a hypocrite. There’s a

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Columnists
Kat Larson

Quarantine

It has taken some time, but I am finally experiencing the fruits of this quarantine. A dear friend of mine sent me an email echoing

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Health & Fitness
Fr. Joseph Gill

“God Did Not Do This”

You may have caught some of the news conferences from Governor Andrew Cuomo, who serves in New York. Recently he made a comment about the

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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
Fr. Joseph Gill

The Strife Is O’Er

Maybe it’s a guy thing, but if someone makes a boast about something, guys just have to challenge them. If someone says, “Oh, I can

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Money & Finance
Guest Writer

The Cry of the Rich

By Luke Parker, a writer at Clarifying Catholicism. How often do we hear some spiteful comment about the wealthy? In an era where socialist ideas

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Columnists
Kat Larson

Broken

I feel as though I should start dating these blogs the way the captains on starships dated their logs on classic episodes of “Star Trek.”

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