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Are humans more irritable in the late days of summer than during other months of the year? The ancients certainly believed that the July and August rising temperatures caused an equal rising in … more
As Michael Meigh recalls, he was doing some work in his backyard June 16—the day after Father’s Day, in fact—when he felt like he needed a break from pouring cement footings. It was hot outside … more
Sorry for pestering you again about our strategic pastoral planning— “Making All Things New” —but, it’s very much on my mind, as I know it is yours. Three recent incidents were very … more
A lo largo de la historia los hombres han buscado a Dios de diversas maneras, como quien busca un tesoro escondido, o una perla preciosa de enorme valor. Todas las religiones son, en el fondo, … more
A tragic story made news earlier this month. No doubt you saw it. A 20-month-old boy in Spring Valley was killed when a driver in a truck backed up and ran over him. Apparently, the small boy had run … more
The archdiocesan Office of Hispanic Ministry is on the move. Since the beginning of the year, a newly formed Archdiocesan Pastoral Advisory Council for Hispanic Ministry, consisting of 18 … more
La oficina arquidiocesana del Ministerio Hispano está en movimiento.  Desde principios de año, un recién creado Consejo Asesor Pastoral Arquidiocesano para el Ministerio … more
San Pablo, en la Segunda Carta a Timoteo, nos dice que “Toda Escritura es inspirada por Dios y útil para enseñar, para argumentar, para corregir y para educar en la justicia” (2Tim 3, 16). La … more
About eight or nine years ago, my aunt gave me a lovely picnic basket backpack, complete with cloth napkins, plastic wine glasses, everything you’d need for a romantic al fresco meal in a park or … more
Agnes Koenigsknecht had the look of an air-traffic controller, the one that strikes so many mothers of the bride. “We need one round table on the stage,” she instructed on a Friday morning in … more
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