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February 28, 2021

Easter spells out beauty, the rare beauty of new life. S.D. Gordon

Without the resurrection, Christianity would be so much wishful thinking, taking its place alongside all other human philosophy and religious speculationJohn MacArthur

We cannot give up in the face of evil.More

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Mary’s Way of the Cross

By Richard G Furey CSsR
Artwork by Gretchen Hatfield Reid

First Station

Jesus Is Condemned to Die

It was early Friday morning when I saw my son. That was the first glimpse I had of him since they took him away.… More

The Legend
 of the
 Candy Stick Witness

A candy-maker in Indiana, USA, wanted to make a candy that would witness, so he made the ‘Christmas Candy Cane’. He incorporated several symbols for the birth, ministry and death of Jesus Christ.

He began with a stick of pure white hard candy.… More

Celebrating All Saints and All Souls

Pope Francis,
1 November 2019

Today’s solemnity of All Saints reminds us that we are all called to holiness. The Saints of all times, whom today we celebrate all together, are not simply symbols, distant, unreachable human beings. On the contrary, they are people who lived with their feet on the ground.… More

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