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Going Home

After 10 days, today I am headed home. I travel quite a bit, but normally the trips are shorter. This one took me from Seattle to Orlando. 199 more words


A Franciscan's Perspective: Blessed Ramon Lull, His Life and the Takeaway.

“Therefore, any brother who, by divine inspiration, desires to go among the Saracens and other unbelievers should go with the permission of his minister and servant…As for the brothers who go, they can live spiritually among in two ways.  550 more words


No Retirement from the Great Commission

When was the last time you talked about your faith or Jesus with someone who is not Christian or a practicing Christian?

In these days of political correctness, it is always easier to forgo the opportunities that come our way. 352 more words

The Great Commission

Homily for the Thirteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time

In the first reading from the Book of Wisdom we see the great plan that God had in His mind for humanity; creating us in His own image. 965 more words


How Catholics should handle social media now - expert Scot Landry

I’ve been pretty overwhelmed by this week’s news items.  With same-sex marriage, a controversial encyclical, racial tensions, etc., filling our social media timelines today, Catholics ought to know what the Holy Father and the Church’s communications council are saying about how to use social media. 377 more words


An Apropos Prayer

In light of Friday’s tragic and disastrous Supreme Court ruling, this Sunday’s Collect (opening prayer) is quite fitting:

O God, who through the grace of adoption… 71 more words

Ad Hoc

Death and Faith and Miracles

In Father Hanly’s beautiful homily for the 13th Sunday in Ordinary Time, he examines what Jesus teaches us about death and faith and miracles.

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