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Why I Kneel

by Heather King Oct 31, 2014 2 Comments

As we approach the Feasts of All Saints and All Souls this wekeend, two celebrations that focus on life and death, Heather King reflects on the mystery of death and its transformative power. Ge...

Why I Kneel

by Heather King Oct 31, 2014 2 Comments

As we approach the Feasts of All Saints and All Souls this wekeend, two celebrations that focus on life and death, Heather King reflects on the mystery of death and its transformative power. Ge...

How Catholics Changed America: An Interview with Emily Stimpson

by Brandon Vogt Oct 30, 2014 1 Comments

Few writers know the American Catholic Church scene better than Emily Stimpson. As a longtime journalist for the Our Sunday Visitor Newsweekly and several other Catholic publications, she’s w...

How Catholics Changed America: An Interview with Emily Stimpson

by Brandon Vogt Oct 30, 2014 1 Comments

Few writers know the American Catholic Church scene better than Emily Stimpson. As a longtime journalist for the Our Sunday Visitor Newsweekly and several other Catholic publications, she’s w...

The Silence of Friendship

by Dominicans of the Province of St. Joseph Oct 29, 2014 0 Comments

I’m often struck by the way that conversations are depicted in movies and television shows: the dialogue flows effortlessly, pushing the plot forward or revealing significant details at every...

The Silence of Friendship

by Dominicans of the Province of St. Joseph Oct 29, 2014 0 Comments

I’m often struck by the way that conversations are depicted in movies and television shows: the dialogue flows effortlessly, pushing the plot forward or revealing significant details at every...

Simon, Jude, and How to Disappear Into the Church's Mission

by Fr. Steve Grunow Oct 28, 2014 2 Comments

Today the Church celebrates the feast day of the great saints, Simon and Jude. Both were apostles, members of the original twelve men who were chosen by Christ to exercise his own authority as pri...

Simon, Jude, and How to Disappear Into the Church's Mission

by Fr. Steve Grunow Oct 28, 2014 2 Comments

Today the Church celebrates the feast day of the great saints, Simon and Jude. Both were apostles, members of the original twelve men who were chosen by Christ to exercise his own authority as pri...

It's Time for Catholics to Embrace Halloween

by Fr. Steve Grunow Oct 27, 2014 13 Comments

As we near All Hallows Eve, aka Halloween, we fired some questions at the walking encyclopedia that is Father Steve Grunow, and he responded with everything you ever wanted to know about Halloween ...

It's Time for Catholics to Embrace Halloween

by Fr. Steve Grunow Oct 27, 2014 13 Comments

As we near All Hallows Eve, aka Halloween, we fired some questions at the walking encyclopedia that is Father Steve Grunow, and he responded with everything you ever wanted to know about Halloween ...

The Heroic Face of Innocence

by Ellyn von Huben Oct 24, 2014 0 Comments

“We are the Church of the Saints.” This simple declaration is at the crux of two ‘stories’ and one screen play in The Heroic Face of Innocence (Eerdmans, 1999), written by t...

The Heroic Face of Innocence

by Ellyn von Huben Oct 24, 2014 0 Comments

“We are the Church of the Saints.” This simple declaration is at the crux of two ‘stories’ and one screen play in The Heroic Face of Innocence (Eerdmans, 1999), written by t...

St. John Capistrano, the Soldier Saint

by Fr. Steve Grunow Oct 23, 2014 1 Comments

In 1976, October 23 was assigned by Pope Paul VI as the date the Church would remember the life and witness of Saint John Capistrano. Saint John Capistrano died on this day in the year 1456. ...

St. John Capistrano, the Soldier Saint

by Fr. Steve Grunow Oct 23, 2014 1 Comments

In 1976, October 23 was assigned by Pope Paul VI as the date the Church would remember the life and witness of Saint John Capistrano. Saint John Capistrano died on this day in the year 1456. ...

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