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Feeding the Foodie

Monsignor Jamie Gigantiello
For many of us, memories of our mother are mixed with the aroma and tastes of favorite foods. Thinking of mom recalls the nurturing moments of childho MORE
May 01, 2019
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John D. Folse & Michaela D. York
Fire and cooking catapulted the concept of taste along with nutrition. The late anthropologist Carleton Coon stated that cooking was, “the decisive MORE
Apr 01, 2019
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Neil Fusco
It is the customary work of sacrificing, that of giving something up during the Lenten season, that strengthens and disciplines our will so that we ar MORE
Mar 01, 2019
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Fr. Leo Patalinghug
Listening is loving. It’s a lost art today. Even with the most advanced communications technology, we don’t know how to listen as people made in G MORE
Feb 01, 2019
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Monsignor Jamie Gigantiello
In the course of a year, most of us find ourselves jumping from one project to another, one responsibility to another, and even from place to place wi MORE
Jan 01, 2019
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Chef Neil Fusco
Nourishing our souls with the sacraments allows others to recognize the joy of Christmas within us, just as when the disciples recognized the resurrec MORE
Dec 01, 2018
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John D. Folse
As we enter this harvest season, we remember Jesus’ words to His disciples: “The harvest is plentiful, but the laborers are few” (Mt 9:37). MORE
Nov 01, 2018
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Fr. Leo E. Patalinghug
We’ve swallowed a difficult pill called “truth.” The Catholic Church, though founded, sustained, and sanctified by Jesus Christ, is filled with MORE
Oct 01, 2018
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Monsignor Jamie Gigantiello
I visit restaurants, speak with community leaders, and invite chefs into my kitchen to share what unites us all – faith and food. This has enabled MORE
Sep 01, 2018
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Chef Neil Fusco
Through faith and selfless sacrifice, Doss fully gave himself up to God’s will, unconditionally, and at all costs. Beautifully said in John 15:13: MORE
Aug 01, 2018
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