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Faith Matters

Monsignor Joseph F. Schaedel
It’s obvious that one of the greatest threats to our Catholic ideal of marriage and family is the absurd notion that the government or the courts ca MORE
Jun 01, 2015
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Fr. Christopher Liguori
Isn’t it beautiful that we have a Mother in heaven who loves us, intercedes for us, treats each one of us as a cherished child, and always leads us MORE
May 01, 2015
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Fr. Jonathan Wallis
Alleluia, the Lord is risen! He is risen indeed, Alleluia! With the Lord Jesus Christ’s resurrection, the world is changed. Sin and death are conque MORE
Apr 01, 2015
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Monsignor Sylvester J. Cronin III
For the members of Legatus and other self-identified reformers, St. Ignatius of Loyola offered some words of wisdom: “He who goes about to reform th MORE
Mar 02, 2015
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Monsignor Robert E. Jaeger
Lent is an Anglo-Saxon root word that means simply “spring.” And since the season of spring is about the budding forth of new life, so too MORE
Mar 02, 2015
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Fr. John W. Love
A fellow California pastor made national news a few years ago when he spoke out strongly to parishioners from the pulpit about voting for politicians MORE
Nov 02, 2014
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Fr. James Bramlage
Pro-life or pro-choice? This is one of our society’s most divisive issues. That dichotomy, however, masks the true issue — whether we have the rig MORE
Oct 01, 2014
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Monsignor Michael Billian
I recently heard a story about a businessman who had lost his sense of interior joy. He was struggling to find meaning in his life. Work had taken ove MORE
Sep 01, 2014
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Fr. Miles Walsh
One of the most descriptive definitions of man in Catholic tradition is that he is “capax Dei” or “capable of God.” Saint Augustine writes, MORE
Jul 01, 2014
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Fr. Joseph Doyle
Pope Leo XIII made this observation in 1889: “We see faith, the root of all the Christian virtues, lessening in many souls; we see charity growing c MORE
Jun 02, 2014
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