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Even Very Young Children Can Help Feed the Less Fortunate – Fr. Michael Sliney

A group of the faithful in Westchester County, New York, put aside their own needs — and think of those who have far less. I pulled into the Ferragu residence in Scarsdale, New York, at 5 p.m. on a frigid and snowy December afternoon just a few weeks ago. Over 20 high school boys and…
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Best Gift to Your Kids Isn’t What You Think – Fr. Michael Sliney, LC

Must everything be wrapped up with a bow on top? One intangible but priceless possession is worth some reflection. I am amazed to see the heroic sacrifices so many moms make for the good of their kids. It’s the same with the hard work and sleepless nights so many businessmen and women endure to provide…
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“Spiritual Spark”: Life is Christ

Dear Friends, Thy Kingdom Come! Greetings from Montreal. I hope you are enjoying this beautiful weekend. God bless you! Fr. Stephen

Hope of Finding the Truth – Fr. Bruce Wren, LC

If one were to ask an ordinary American Catholic today who his favorite authors were, I doubt very much that any of them would be among the so-called “Fathers of the Church”. These influential Christian scholars, living in general before 700 A.D., set the theological foundations of Christianity. Today, however, they seem distant at the…
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Lumen Speaker Series: Cardinal Daniel DiNardo

Houston Chapter Speaker Series Luncheon – 3/31/17.

The Light that Comes from Prayer – Fr. Bruce Wren

In our Gospel today, we read about the beginning of Jesus’ public ministry. Jesus was in the southern part of Palestine, near the Jordan River when he heard that John been arrested. So he made a decision: he left the Province of Judea and his hometown of Nazareth and he moved to a city in…
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