Research shows the faith is young: Check out these numbers

A few weeks ago, Bishop Robert Barron called on YouTube for every Catholic to invite one person to Mass this year. It is time to stop feeling defensive and hopeless about the Church, he said, and time to take advantage of the new signs of growth. I couldn’t agree more, and I have been sharing... Continue Reading →

Accept Our Limitations Before God

Martin Madalai Muthu csc – Readings: Heb 11: 32-40; Mk 5: 1-20 Mark describes the first exorcism performed by Jesus in a pagan territory. This act of healing explains to us the love of Jesus and describes three main characteristics of the love of Jesus. Jesus reaches out to all; He transforms others, and He... Continue Reading →

Sunday Mass Readings

Sunday, January 29 Fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time Roman Ordinary calendar St. Gildas the Wise Book of Zephaniah 2,3.3,12-13. Seek the LORD, all you humble of the earth, who have observed his law; Seek justice, seek humility; perhaps you may be sheltered on the day of the LORD’S anger. But I will leave as a remnant in your midst... Continue Reading →

Saints Alive! | St Thomas Aquinas

Thomas Aquinas, a Dominican friar, encountered the thought of Aristotle as a student in Naples. His great Summa Theologiae brought together Aristotle’s thought and the classical Christian formulations of the Fathers of the Church. Aquinas’ writings display the profound harmony between faith and reason, and have formed students of theology for centuries. Of him Pope... Continue Reading →

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