Next weekend, we will celebrate another milestone in the history of our parish with the dedication of the new wing and the
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With all the hullabaloo occurring in Washington, DC, these past two weeks, I worry that an important issue is going to be
One of the great strengths of our Catholic Church is its sense of history. The basis for our faith actually goes all
This Sunday, the universal Church celebrates the Solemnity of the Epiphany. At King’s College, in Cambridge, England, on the east wall of
Growing up near Philly, I always looked forward to the annual, hours-long Mummers’ Day (New Year’s Day) Parade that wound its way
For most of us who have natural vision, it’s hard to imagine a state of real darkness. When we go out at
During this Advent season, as we move closer to Christmas, it helps us if we really try to rediscover the meaning of
As we look into today’s readings we can hear the voice of God trying to connect with us. In this Sunday’s first
We begin the new liturgical year with the First Sunday of Advent, and these next two Sundays we focus on reflections from
This great Feast of Jesus Christ, King of the Universe, marks the close of the liturgical year and an appropriate keynote for