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Faith Through Doubt

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Column by Jonathan Nagy Following the death of his wife, Joy, in 1960, the great author C.S. Lewis was stricken with overwhelming grief. Under the...

The World Day of Prayer for Vocations to the Priesthood and Religious Life

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By Father Rich Tomkosky This past Sunday, we celebrated as a Church the annual World Day of Prayer for Vocations to the priesthood and religious...

The Joy of the Resurrection and Its Effect on Our Life – Exteriorly and...

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By Father Rich Tomkosky We are called like the Apostles to be joyful witnesses to the Resurrection. Remember spiritual joy is the gift of the...

Modern Challenges to the Faith and the Solution in the Divine Mercy of Jesus

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By Father Rich Tomkosky Scripture tells us the Apostles and the early Catholic Christian community were of one mind and heart and held everything in...

Jesus’ Resurrection Giving Us the Grace to Bear Spiritual Fruit in Holiness

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By Father Rich Tomkosky As we come together as a Church throughout the world to celebrate Jesus’ Resurrection, we are reminded by all the symbols...

Suffering and Truth: The Solution?

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By Father Rich Tomkosky Pilate in the Passion narrative from Saint John’s Gospel asks Jesus the biting, yet maybe slightly inquiring, question, "What is truth?"...

Spiritual Renewal and the Triduum

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By Father Rich Tomkosky As we are in the midst of the holiest time of the Church’s liturgical year -- the Sacred Triduum, we are...

The Ultimate Purpose of Holy Week: The Gift of Salvation for the Human Race

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By Father Rich Tomkosky At my parish of Saint Thomas the Apostle in Bedford, a kind soul donated a beautiful picture of Saint Micheal the...

Was There Always Palm on Palm Sunday?

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By Father Al Ledoux The Church is preparing for Passion Sunday – or Palm Sunday as it is more commonly known. This is the day...

Lift Us to The Joy Divine!

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Column by Jonathan Nagy Nearly 2000 years ago, on a dark Friday afternoon, all hope seemed to be lost. Jesus Christ had died on a...
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