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  • Relections for Lent 2009
    chris anthony
    Relections for Lent 2009 Lent, the beginning of a new commitment to serve our neighbor Once again we are in the season of Lent. Many of us remember Lent as a ...
  • Three words to a deeper faith
    Paul Sposite
    Connection…Collaboration….Co-creating…. Three words that will bring you closer to God, three words that very well could change your life. We all wish for a deeper ...
  • Edging God Out
    Paul Sposite
    By Paul Sposite Op/Ed EGO… It’s a word we hear a lot about, we all have one, some are larger then others, but in someway we all have one. The ego serves ...
  • Catholic identity ... triumphant reemergence!
    Hugh  McNichol
    By Hugh McNichol Op/Ed In a interview last year, Cardinal Avery Dulles alluded to what he considered the greatest difficulty the Catholic Church will face in ...
  • Easter... A Way of Life
    Paul Spoisite
    By Paul Spoisite Op/Ed The Cross… The Crucified Christ… The Risen Lord… Easter has so many images and emotions tied to it. It’s a roller-coaster of ...
  • Papal initiative...peace and harmony!
    Hugh  McNichol
    By Hugh McNichol Op/Ed The conversion of Italian journalist Magdi Allam from Islam to Catholicism has received quite a bit of attention in the world press since ...
  • Proclaim the mysteries of the Resurrection!
    Hugh McNichol
    By Hugh McNichol Op/Ed Now that we have celebrated the Sacred Triduum our lives are returning to their normal paces. Well not exactly. With the Easter celebration ...
  • Holy Saturday...anticipation!
    Hugh McNichol
    By Hugh McNichol Op/Ed Holy Saturday...anticipation! Holy Saturday is the period of Holy Week when Catholics remember Jesus' entombment. It is a ...
  • Al Qaeda...afraid of Benedict's message!
    Hugh  McNichol
    By Hugh McNichol Op/Ed Holy Week is a time for the world’s Christians to pause and ponder the mysteries of the life, death and resurrection of Jesus. Reuters ...
  • Benedict XVI...calling all to hope...
    Hugh  McNichol
    By Hugh McNichol Op/Ed Speculative theories are all over regarding the message Pope Benedict XVI will deliver when he visits the United States next month. ...
  • The Void
    Paul Sposite
    By Paul Sposite Op/Ed We are a people wanting more, we always want more then what we have. We are a consumer driven, self centered world. We are never satisfied ...
  • Islamic violence wounds the global community!
    Hugh McNichol
    By Hugh McNichol Op/Ed The world’s press services are reporting on the death of the kidnapped Catholic Chaldean Archbishop of Mosul. The murder of the Archbishop ...
  • The Seven New Deadly Sins!
    Hugh  McNichol
    By Hugh McNichol Op/Ed The newly revised list of the seven deadly sins is indeed an announcement that makes everyone step back and consider our moral actions in ...
  • Catholic benefits include Catholic principles!
    Hugh McNichol
    By Hugh McNichol Op/Ed Any institution that maintains the term, "Catholic" in its title has a moral and ethical responsibility to adhere to the teachings of the ...
  • Happy Lent!
    Paul Sposite
    By Paul Sposite Op/Ed Happy Lent! It is the season of giving up what we like, a time to go with out. It is a hard thing for most of us to do. Who really wants to ...
  • Remembering Father Alfred Kunz
    Matt C. Abbott
    By Matt C. Abbott Op/Ed On March 4, it will be ten years since Father Alfred Kunz, a priest of the Diocese of Madison, Wis., was found dead in his parish, his ...
  • Cuba...a neonascent Church!
    Hugh McNichol
    By Hugh McNichol Op/Ed The recent announcement by Fidel Castro that he relinquishes the role of President of Cuba is an event many never thought would happen. As ...
  • Hillary...what would Saint Norbert say!
    Hugh McNichol
    By Hugh McNichol Op/Ed Catholic Online Hillary Clinton today is going to visit Saint Norbert College in DePere, Wisconsin. It seems that here visit was ...
  • Lent...questions, answers and involvement!
    Hugh McNichol
    By Hugh McNichol Op/Ed Catholic Online There are so many times Catholics hear conflicting information regarding the requirements of sacraments, what is in or ...
  • Mary, Mother of all Humanity, Hic et Nunc!
    Hugh McNichol
    By Hugh McNichol Op/Ed Catholic Online Mary, Mother of all humanity... the time is now! One point that indeed unites most of the Catholic world is the ...
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Reading 1, Second Samuel 7:1-5, 8-11, 16
Once the king had settled into his palace and Yahweh had ... Read More

Psalm, Psalms 89:2-3, 4-5, 27, 29
for you have said: love is built to last for ever, you have ... Read More

Gospel, Luke 1:26-38
In the sixth month the angel Gabriel was sent by God to a town ... Read More

Reading 2, Romans 16:25-27
And now to him who can make you strong in accordance with the ... Read More

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December 21 Saint of the Day

St. Peter Canisius
December 21: In 1565, the Vatican was looking for a secret agent. It was ... Read More