SPIRITED THINKING SINCE 1888
Life & Soul
January 15, 2015
Staff Reporter
Francis is known for his writing on spiritual formation and is the patron saint of journalists
January 15, 2015
Pastor Iuventus
While God sometimes does extraordinary things in our lives, he sometimes doesn’t do ordinary things we feel would be immediately helpful
January 08, 2015
Pastor Iuventus
By moving a feast day as ancient as the Epiphany to the nearest Sunday, we run the risk of contradicting the message we claim to proclaim
January 02, 2015
Bishop David McGough
The Epiphany of the Lord: Is 60:1-6; Eph 3:2-3 & 5-6; Mt 2:1-12 (Year B)
January 02, 2015
Pastor Iuventus
It is not the heroism of the Holy Innocents that is meant to inspire us but their poverty as they are led to their deaths
December 18, 2014
Pastor Iuventus
The Incarnation is drama in the true sense of the Greek word
December 18, 2014
Bishop David McGough
Word this week: Fourth Sunday of Advent, 2 Sm 7: 1-5, 8-2 & 14; Rm 16: 25-27; Lk 1: 26-38 (Year B)
December 11, 2014
Pastor Iuventus
The particular character of the Christmas season is that of a vigil
December 11, 2014
Staff Reporter
The saint who co-founded the barefoot Carmelites
December 11, 2014
Staff Reporter
Scripture readings in the Ordinary and Extraordinary Forms
December 04, 2014
Bishop David McGough
Second Sunday of Advent, ISAIAH 40: 1-5; 2 PETER 3: 8-14; MARK 1: 1-8 (Year B)
December 04, 2014
Staff Reporter
The saint who built the abbey at Clonard
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