October 28, 2010

Finishing the Race

The Catholic Review The Archbishop’s column this week includes excerpts from his Respect Life Mass homily. What have we that is not from God? Everything can disappear tomorrow and as we came into this world with nothing, so will we depart, and without pockets in our caskets or U-Hauls trailing our hearses. Isn’t that what...
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Little Sisters of the Poor think big with reconstruction at home for aged

CATONSVILLE – After three thwacks with a gold-colored hammer, Mother Celine de la Visitation still couldn’t poke a hole in a wall at St. Martin’s Home for the Aged.
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Father Ty’s reflection: An indelible impression on mind, heart and soul

The priests in the group continue to share some of their reflections on the pilgrimage. Here’s a different perspective from Father Ty Hullinger. – CG A memorial monument outside the Yad Vadhem Holocaust History Museum in Israel. (Catholic Review photo | Christopher Gunty) “For me, one special pilgrimage encounter was our visit to Yad Vashem,...
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Father Peter’s reflection: ‘Saints and sinners rub shoulders in these streets’

I asked the priests in the group to share their some of their reflections on the pilgrimage. Here’s one from Third Order Regular of St. Francis Father Peter Lyons. – CG Priests from the Baltimore area stop for prayer along the Via Dolorosa (Way of Suffering or Way of Grief) during Stations of the Cross...
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