Pray Pray Pray

Pray Pray Pray

David Gilbert gives an impromptu talk about prayer, restoring the sacred and the crazy things going on in the world, America, and from Rome. Pray. Go to the Sacraments and restore the sacred in your...
Work for the Journey

Work for the Journey

Written By: Sarah Gould “Life with Christ is a wonderful adventure.”  – St. John Paul II It looks like the snow is going to fly for the first time this fall/winter and the changing of the seasons makes me introspective and contemplative.   Our lives,...
Why I Can’t Stand Things

Why I Can’t Stand Things

Written By: Amber Miller Things to do, things to see. Things to have, things to be. Things to buy, things to try. Things take up Too much of me. In Maltese, the word “imbarazz” is used to describe “stuff” or unnecessary, unwanted clutter. My Maltese mom used this word...
The Stakes are High

The Stakes are High

Written By: David Gilbert When it comes to the faith, how much skin do you have in the game? How much do you invest in your faith daily, weekly, yearly? Is it more or less than your profession or favourite pastimes? It is human nature: where we invest our time,...
Halloween – Is it Pagan or Catholic?

Halloween – Is it Pagan or Catholic?

Written By: David Gilbert We’ve all heard the allegations:  that Halloween is a pagan (Celtic Druid) holiday dating back before Christianity. You might also hear from some of your Christian friends that by letting your kids go trick-or-treating, they are taking part...
I Should Have Known Better

I Should Have Known Better

Written By: Gregory Watson “And immediately Jesus stretching forth his hand took hold of him, and said to him: O thou of little faith, why didst thou doubt”? (Matthew 14:31) Ever since Our Lady instructed St. Dominic to preach her psalter to combat the Albigensian...
The Two Ways

The Two Ways

Written By: Amber Miller “Happy are those who do not follow the advice of the wicked, or take the path that sinners tread, or sit in the seat of scoffers.” (Psalm 1:1-2) While reading this Psalm today, I began to wonder what it might mean to “sit in the seat of...

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