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Feeding the Foodie

Rev. Leo E. Patalinghug Ivdei
It’s ironic that the most romantic day of the year occurs in one of the least romantic months. I remember as a parish priest, there were few we MORE
Feb 01, 2018
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Chef Neil Fusco
Do your New Year’s resolutions begin with fervor, then flame out by February? Instead, take this opportunity to have your resolutions be more th MORE
Jan 01, 2018
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John Folse
Le Réveillon, or the awakening (the morning feast following Midnight Mass on Christmas or New Year’s Eve) is an age-old custom inherited by the Lou MORE
Dec 03, 2017
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Neil Fusco
Our appreciation for existence and nature becomes an appreciation for that First Cause: God, who has spread the earth before us like a table… MORE
Nov 01, 2017
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Emily Stimpson Chapman
Food, however, isn’t just an occasion for honing the cardinal virtues. It also allows us to exercise the three theological virtues: faith, hope and MORE
Oct 03, 2017
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Fr. Leo Patalinghug
Diets have become a debilitating cult for some. Jesus gives us a humble approach when he says, “Eat what is set before you” (Luke 10:8) MORE
Sep 02, 2017
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Donna-Marie Cooper O'Boyle
During this more relaxed season, let’s add “prayer” to our “must-do” lists and teach the kids to do the same, by establishing daily prayer h MORE
Aug 01, 2017
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John D. Folse
If we are prioritizing subsidiarity, and our money can have a greater impact nearby, we should invest there first. MORE
Jul 01, 2017
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Chris Faddis
If we are prioritizing subsidiarity, and our money can have a greater impact nearby, we should invest there first. MORE
Jun 11, 2017
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Donna-Marie Cooper O'Boyle
Eating is necessary for survival, but enjoying a meal together is transformative. MORE
May 15, 2017
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