Every Francis Needs His Clare

Every Francis Needs His Clare

Written by: Mike McCann “The true center can never be the exact midpoint between two extremes, for poles are always unstable, ever changing. The true center is above.” – Michael O’Brien Praise God! This reflection that a friend shared with me really hits the nail on...
The Suffering Rock

The Suffering Rock

Written by: Lawrence Lam Tomorrow is the Solemnity of Saints Peter and Paul. In the Gospel reading for the day we hear the words of Jesus establishing Peter as the first Pope. This happens shortly after Peter declares that Jesus is “the Christ, the Son of the living...
What Are You Waiting For?

What Are You Waiting For?

Written by: Amber Miller “The Waiting Place…for people just waiting. Waiting for a train to go or a bus to come, or a plane to go or the mail to come, or the rain to go or the phone to ring, or the snow to snow or waiting around for a Yes or a No or waiting for their...
No Substitute

No Substitute

Written by: Raphael Ma George Weigel wrote an article in First Things about his most recent book Evangelical Catholicism.  In it, he listed 10 things that are essential for the Church if it is to re-emerge as an instrument of true progress in the midst of the social...
15 Minutes

15 Minutes

Written by: Mark Gamez Just the other day I was sitting in the train heading to Toronto, and as it often happens, someone talking on their cell phone decided to sit right beside me. Her private conversation no longer remained private, and a few other people shake...
So you want to be a Radical?

So you want to be a Radical?

Written by: Sarah Gould How many of us walk by the kiosks where the lottery tickets are sold and just for a second imagine what it would be like to win 50 million? What would we buy? What would we give to family, church or charity? Personally, I imagine what it would...
The Dangerous Little Way

The Dangerous Little Way

Written by: Patrick Sullivan It is love that makes people do the unimportant things as if they were important things; or rather it is love that has elevated the mundane, the everyday, the banal of life to the heights of heaven. This is the little way and it is richly...

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