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February 2017 archive of Blog

February 2017 archive of Blog

"Therefore I tell you do not worry about your life." Monsignor Yennock's Homily from February 26, 2017

Posted by Kyle Gilbert on 2/27/17

EIGHTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME

(Matthew 6: 24-34)

“THEREFORE I TELL YOU DO NOT WORRY ABOUT YOUR LIFE”

HOW MANY TIMES HAVE YOU AND I SAID TO OUR FAMILY AND FRIENDS: “DON’T WORRY ABOUT IT. EVERYTHING WILL TURN OUT OK?

AND HOW MANY TIMES HAVE THEY ANSWERED US: “IT’S ... Read More »

Woes of Child Poverty

Posted by Bob Herz on 2/19/17

Woes of Child Poverty

How the breakdown of marriage-related values are proving to be most dangerous to today’s youth.

In setting out to confront a problem, it’s necessary to understand its causes in order to apply realistic solutions. Child poverty in America provides a painful illustration of what comes ... Read More »

Pope Francis: Solemnity of the Conversion of Saint Paul the Apostle - Celebration of Second Vespers (25 January 2017)

Posted by Bob Herz on 2/11/17

Solemnity of the Conversion of Saint Paul the Apostle - Celebration of Second Vespers (25 January 2017) | Francis HOMILY OF HIS HOLINESS POPE FRANCIS Basilica of St. Paul Outside-the-WallsWednesday, 25 January 2017 [Multimedia]

Encountering Jesus on the road to Damascus radically transformed the life of Saint Paul. Henceforth, ... Read More »

A Tale of Two Marches

Posted by Bob Herz on 2/11/17

A Tale of Two Marches

Each January, the March for Life provides a tremendous opportunity for the pro-life community to come together near the anniversary of the Roe v. Wade decision that legalized abortion in 1973. The march gives a much- needed voice to the nearly 1 million children ... Read More »

My life as a ‘None’ and other tales from the ranks of the unaffiliated and the agnostic

Posted by Bob Herz on 2/05/17

Like a lot or women of a certain age, I’ve taken up yoga. And because I don’t go halfway on my cliches, I’ve done immersion yoga weekends, learned the Sanskrit names for various ways of being upside down and at least once referred to “my practice.” Someday I’ll wake ... Read More »

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