MENUMENU

Day

June 21, 2012

Fortnight for Freedom: Opening Homily

Introduction: The Martyrs of Tyburn Hill A few years ago, due to inclement weather that grounded many international flights, I found myself stranded in London during the week just before Christmas. Worse things than that can happen to a traveler but the unexpected pleasure of a week in London enabled me to visit places I...
Read More

Sister Mary Antoine Daniel Knipfing

A funeral Mass for School Sister of Notre Dame Mary Antoine Daniel Knipfing was offered June 21 at the chapel at Villa Notre Dame in Wilton, Conn. Sister Mary died June 15.
Read More

Movie Review: Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter

This goofy mash-up of American history is not for the squeamish, as the Great Emancipator - recast as our country’s first superhero - slashes his way toward truth, justice and the American way.
Read More

Be the light against all odds

Father Joseph Breighner says we are all called to make choices. He asks that we choose to be the light.
Read More

Godspeed to my bridge to Baltimore’s Catholic Hispanic community

 Today was the day Georgina Vaca said goodbye to the Archdiocese of Baltimore. For the last several years she's been the coordinator of Hispanic young adults and youths and worked with archdiocese's overall young adult community.When I first showed to work for the Catholic Review back in 2008, Georgina immediately
Read More