Our Lady of Guadalupe

Our Lady of Guadalupe

Written by: Lawrence Lam December 12 is the feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe, the defender of the unborn and Patroness of the Americas. I have a faint memory of being taught about her in Catholic School, but it wasn’t until I did an internship in Southern California...
The Modern Mass

The Modern Mass

Written by: Mark Gamez Recently I attended a Latin mass; I was awe struck by the reverence, transcendence, and nostalgic affects it had on me. It reminded me of the days I served private mass for the Oratorians of Toronto. I hold many great memories from that...
Of Princesses and Fairy Tales

Of Princesses and Fairy Tales

Written by: Sarah Gould It’s Advent now.  A few days ago it wasn’t, and now it is.  Time is passing quickly.  We’re stepping into Gospel readings that reflect the time and season.  Stay awake.  Ready yourself with eyes wide open, watching and waiting for the Lord’s...
Advent: A Time to Prepare

Advent: A Time to Prepare

Written By: Fr. Michael Simoes Homily 1st Sunday of Advent (Year A) As we start the season of Advent, we remember that God, over the centuries and through the Old Testament writings, was preparing the hearts of the Jewish people to receive the definitive coming of His...

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