November 3, 2012

Knights of Columbus Board Meeting

I. Introduction To say the least, the Scribes and Pharisees are not well-regarded in the pages of the New Testament. They were often seen as petty, legalistic, jealous of their prerogatives, and they were bested when they try to engage Jesus in debate, usually to the delight of the crowds. They are also among those...
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Knights of Columbus Board Meeting: Feast of St. Martin de Porres

I. Introduction Today’s saint, Martin de Porres, bears witness to the importance of prayer and humility in our interior lives and in our lives of service to others. In light of the Scripture readings we can see even more clearly what this beloved saint teaches us about following Christ as members of the family of...
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Panel: Understanding role of faith in society essential to US diplomacy

The religious community has pushed the State Department to pay more and better attention to the role of faith in society.
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Bridesmaid dresses: Beauty is in the eye of the beholder

  Bridesmaids are at the bride’s mercy. There is no guarantee that the dress will be attractive—or something you’d ever want to wear again. But you pay for a dress, smiling all the while, wear it for a day, take it off, and most likely never look at it again. I’ve been
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