Philip Kosloski – published on 09/27/22 St. Thérèse would often reflect on the phrase “The world is thy ship, not thy home” to help her cope with the loneliness of life. St….
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VATICAN CITY | Jesus never abandons, coerces or blackmails anyone when they stray, rather, he patiently waits and is “our greatest and most faithful friend,” Pope Francis said. “He remains at…
Kathleen N. Hattrup – published on 09/27/22 Console those who have lost loved ones and restore material goods to those who have lost property. An ancient title for our Blessed Mother is…
Kathleen N. Hattrup – published on 09/26/22 ” … Let us return to Jesus, let us return to the Eucharist.” Pope Francis closed Italy’s national Eucharistic Congress on Sunday with a car…
byMost Reverend Gerald M. Barbarito, Bishop of Palm Beach Sunday, Sept. 25, is significant as it marks Priesthood Sunday, a day initiated by Serra International to reflect upon and affirm the…
Philip Kosloski – published on 09/23/22 St. Pio was named after his brother, who died shortly after birth. Padre Pio was not born Padre Pio, as Padre (“Father”) is a reference to…