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      St. Therese

      Our October artist Sheila Diemert is an artist living and working in Kitchener, Ontario. She enjoys creating art that is uplifting and positive and...

      Interview with Dorothy Cummings-McLean

      What was your inspiration for A Ceremony of Innocence?A Ceremony of Innocence is very much a tribute to Graham Green and his book The...

      Short shorts and midriffs: dressing our daughters

      According to WebMD, girls begin a growth spurt around age 9 or 10, with the fastest growth around age 11 or 12. Typically, girls...

      The tabernacle and the feast

      The Eucharist is reserved in churches or oratories to serve as the spiritual center of a religious community or a parish community. - Paul...

      2nd Sunday of Advent: The call to conversion

      John the Baptist appeared in the wilderness, proclaiming a baptism of repentance for the forgiveness of sins (Mk 1:4).The Gospel of the Mass on this...

      A Meditation for Palm Sunday: The Passion according to Mark

      In Scripture, a single phrase can open the way to a profound insight into the message of the mysteries of the faith. A striking...

      What Does the Church Believe? : The Catechism of the Catholic Church

      (This archived address by Cardinal Ratzinger, forwarded by Father Callam, fits in well with our preparations for Advent on this memorial of Pope Damasus....

      Come, My Love: An Analysis of Thomas Merton’s Mystical Poem “Pass Through...

       Thomas Merton’s poem “Pass through My Will” takes the reader on a deeply mystical journey through layers upon layers of spiritual significance. At the...

      Conservative Prudence?

      I received a rather critical email in response to my last post on the Conservative capitulation, so thought I should clarify my, and hopefully...

      The Shallows: What the Internet is Doing to our Brains

      One of the most studied patients in neuropsychological history, from 1957 until his death in 2008, was a patient known through his life only...