Commentary

Life and control, good and evil

The power of evil destroys life. We share the power of God when we give life.
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Why our son is in seminary

A mother and father share their reasons for supporting their son's exploration of the priesthood.
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When life is turbulent, pray

Turbulence is an unwelcome experience, but it also serves a purpose. It reminds us that we really are flying 35,000 feet above the earth, and that’s not without risk.
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Fall shows off marvels of creation

Bring on the flavors of the harvest and the memories of a tree at my boyhood home that burst into brightness every year, and I’ll accept the shorter days and longer shadows.
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Status of Medjugorje/ True cross of Christ

Father Doyle fields questions on the status of Medjugorje and the true cross of Christ.
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Conscience and its enemies

Should doctors and nurses be forced to take part in procedures that violate their conscience? It's a timely question. New federal regulations to enforce existing conscience protection laws are being challenged in federal courts.
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Make room for the essential

As we begin the start of a new school year, and children and young people are filling their backpacks for a season of new opportunities, maybe we, too, can take the time to look at what’s filling our lives.
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Biblical wisdom for expectant, ‘older’ mothers

There is a special kind of humiliation (and humor, if you're a good sport), reserved for pregnant women who skew a little bit above the average age of moms in this country.
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Finding help, healing depression

I share my story in the hopes that it will help someone else. There’s no shame in sharing our limitations.
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What to say in confession/ Reverence needed in church

Father Doyle fields questions about returning to confession and the proper clothing for church.
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Lessons in empathy

Everything I need to know, I learned at home and St. Rose of Lima School.
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