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Father Dankasa: How prayer nourishes our spiritual lives

Thursday, March 14, 20190122 When I was serving as parochial vicar at St. Joseph parish in Richardson, I observed something about the trees in the courtyard that amazed me. If you’re familiar with the layout at St. Joseph, you know that between the church and the rectory is a...

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Father Esposito: Loving with the guts of God

God does not experience or suffer emotions as we do. Theologians rightly point out that the divine essence, so utterly transcendent, not limited by bodily form, cannot be moved or changed in the way that human beings are, subject as we are to the... Friday, February 1, 2019

Bishop Burns: Upholding the sanctity of life

Our God created us out of love and he created us in his image and he created us, the creator of all life, human and divine, and we have been given the task to uphold that gift of life, to be stewards of life and to be a voice for the voiceless. We... Wednesday, January 23, 2019

Father Bayer: In Defense of Nature

Do you want a great book for our ideological times? Do you want to be challenged, no matter where you sit on the ideological spectrum between Left and Right? Well, then I’ve got a book for you: In Defense of Nature: The Catholic Unity of... Wednesday, January 16, 2019

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