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March 31, 2011 By Father Kyle Schnippel I was raised in a very small town, roughly 1,000 people total, even including the surrounding countryside. To say that everyone knew everyone would be an understatement. Despite the

March 15, 2011 By Father Earl Fernandes Our family prayed the rosary every night. Invariably, my mother would say, “It’s time to pray the rosary,” just as our favorite television programs began. The rosary would be followed by a host of prayers, including the Litany of Loreto, the Angelus, a

February 28, 2011 By Michael Daley I don’t often quote Latin, but if you say this phrase loud enough, you can either scare someone out of hell or condemn them to it — “Extra ecclesiam nulla salus” (“Outside the church there is no salvation”).

January 27, 2011 By Michael Daley I know you’ve heard them, maybe even passed them along.

January 4, 2011 By Father Kyle Schnippel “Lord, teach us to pray, as John taught His disciples.” The apostles had witnessed the deep communion that existed between Jesus and His heavenly Father, and, as holiness does, it attracted them. Seeing that peace that comes from that personal connection, they wanted

Wednesday, December 22, 2010   By Mike Daley   As a teacher, much of my focus and attention is framed by two dates – the first and last day of the school year. In addition to that, rather than months or seasons, I divide my year into quarters and semesters.