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by Mary Farrow Denver Newsroom, May 8, 2020 / 05:29 pm MT (CNA).- Mother’s Day is going to look different for most families this year, due to the coronavirus pandemic. For Catholics, some churches are in the process of slowly re-opening public Masses, but the dispensation from the Sunday obligation

A Mother’s Love There are times when only a mother’s love Can understand our tears, Can soothe our disappoints And calm all of our fears. There are times when only a mother’s love Can share the joy we feel When something we’ve dreamed about Quite suddenly is real. There are

For your Mothers Day, a special performance of Salve Regina, from the Seminarians at the Athenaeum of Ohio Salve Regina mater miseri cordiae, vita, dulcedo et spes nostra salve Ad te clamamus, exsules filii Hevae Ad te suspiramis gementes et flentes in hac lacrimarum valle Eia ergo advocata nostra, illos

Did you get your mother a card and some flowers for Mother’s Day? Well, that’s a great start, but loving and caring for your mom really needs more attention than a Sunday in May.  Moms are remarkable women. They have given us more than we can think or imagine. So,

“No one has greater love than this, to lay down one’s life for one’s friends.” (John 15:13) This passage from the Gospel reading for May 6, the Sixth Sunday of Easter, is one of the most famous sayings of Jesus. Even non-Christians are quite familiar with it. With these words

Staff Report April showers are said to bring May flowers but May brings a host of opportunties to grow in faith. A late Easter continues the Easter season far into a month where we honor mothers, veterans, Blessed Mother Mary and more.

By John Stegeman The Catholic Telegraph Father’s Day is a secular holiday, but like its counterpart in Mother’s Day it is a day to give thanks to our Heavenly Father for the gift of our earthly parents. Read More About Fathers Dreams of a Father: My hope for my soon-to-be-born

I missed the rebound by just about an inch. A much taller 7th grader from Our Lady of Lourdes beat me to it. That was bad, but what was worse was that on the way down I lost my balance and tripped, landing flat on my face. More embarrassing still,

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Staff Report With the arrival of May comes warmer weather, the first summer holidays, graduations and more. Let this month be one of spiritual renewal and growth for your family by trying out some of the suggested family activities below.