Category Archives: the gospel and the world

Five Steps to Donating with the Compassion of Jesus

People wading through toxic flood waters, babies without clean diapers for days, lost loved ones, hurricane victims, countries struggling with famine and unspeakable horrors… What is your response? Or are you too numb to be moved? For most of us, … Continue reading

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HAIL MAMA MARY, We Need Help!

On May 28, 1792 when there were barely two dozen priests and 35,000  Catholics in this country, John Carroll, first bishop of the United States, entrusted us all to Mary, the Mother of Jesus.  Several generations later, in 1846, the … Continue reading

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Before You Enter the Voting Booth

Psychologists tell us that many are suffering from anxieties raised by the tenor of this year’s presidential election. Whether you feel like you are drowning in a sea of confusing emotions, or infuriated by media soundbites, political views of friends, … Continue reading

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