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En el pasaje del Evangelio correspondiente al VII Domingo de Pascua (Cf., Jn 17, 11b-19), que es parte del texto de san Juan conocido como la “Oración Sacerdotal de Jesús” y que pertenece a los … more
A week or so ago, I had a very pleasant Saturday. First, way up to St. Columba Parish in Chester to bless the expansion of their cemetery, and their new playground—both accomplished through Renew … more
We all know that fatherhood has its pleasures and its pains. Witnessing offspring grow into healthy, intelligent and productive citizens makes a father feel as tall as a mountain and proud beyond … more
The special section wrapping around the outside of this issue of Catholic New York is close to our hearts. As you can see, it features profiles about the 10 men Cardinal Dolan will ordain to the … more
The phone rang as I was getting ready to go to Mass. It was a weekday, not a Sunday, but I didn’t have much time to spare. The call was from my friend Vicki. “I want you to come over and see … more
Unfortunately forgotten in most U.S. Catholic circles today, Cardinal Albert Gregory Meyer, archbishop of Milwaukee from 1953 to 1958 and archbishop of Chicago from 1958 to 1965, was one of the … more
It’s a wonderful season in nature, is it not? Warm breezes, May sunshine, growing leaves, gardens, and grass—unless you’re like me, sneezing with allergies! Plus, it’s a wonderful season … more
Este pasado fin de semana tuve la alegría de regresar a casa en San Louis — finalmente, para ver a mi madre y a la familia — para ser parte de la Primera Comunión de mi sobrino nieto, Charlie … more
A diferencia del anterior Código de Derecho Canónico del año 1917, que en el canon 1013 & 1 estableció como fin primario del matrimonio “la procreación y la educación de la prole”, el … more
The annual Mass Cardinal Dolan celebrates for the Catholic high school seniors of the archdiocese at St. Patrick’s Cathedral is always one of the highlights of the school year. Over the years, … more
Whenever we hear someone speak about the vocations crisis in the Church, our first thought goes to the challenging situation regarding the dearth of priestly vocations. While this certainly is … more
As we round the corner on pandemic and see a faint light at the end of our long Covid tunnel, I’ve found myself stuck—physically, due to some minor injuries and illnesses; mentally, due to months … more
George Corrigan never met a person who didn’t fascinate him. The delivery guy. The plumber. The barista. He wanted to know their names and their life stories, which came tumbling out when he … more
Last weekend I had the joy of returning home to St. Louis—finally, to see mom and the family—and being part of the First Holy Communion of my grandnephew, Charlie Grissom. I had the honor … more
Uno de los varios títulos atribuidos a Jesús en el Nuevo Testamento es el de “Señor” (Kyrios) y “Dios”. Debemos afirmar con toda claridad que la divinidad de Jesús está debidamente … more
More than two decades ago I was privileged to offer Mass each Sunday at a church in downtown Brussels, the French and Flemish bilingual capital of Belgium. The drive from where I was living and … more
Less than three weeks after the canonization of St. John Henry Newman by Pope Francis on Oct. 13, 2019, St. Joseph’s Seminary in Dunwoodie marked the significant moment in the Church by hosting a … more
The Paschal Triduum this year seemed like a return from exile: Holy Thursday’s Evening Mass of the Lord’s Supper, in church; Good Friday’s Commemoration of the Lord’s Passion, in church; … more
I trust you have not forgotten that Pope Francis has declared this the Year of St. Joseph. We sure need his example and intercession. We sure need him to bring us closer to Jesus and Mary.His big … more
En otras columnas hemos explicado que Dios no quiere el sufrimiento de las personas, no puede complacerse con el dolor humano. Dios tampoco envió a su Hijo para que lo matasen de una manera cruenta … more
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