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Jean Vanier - A Man For Our Times

May 19th 2019

Jean Vanier was my hero. His life’s mission began in 1964 when he purchased a small house in rural France and invited a few disabled members of the community to join him. And so began an important movement.  L’Arche, named after Noah’s Ark, has grown to 149 communities in 35   ▸


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A Mid-Lent Reflection

March 23rd 2019

I have a habit of copying intriguing observations from things I read onto a scrap of paper with the intention of transferring them into my notebook of good ideas. Sometimes they get transferred and sometimes not. And sometimes I forget to include the source of these thoughtful comments, so when   ▸


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Happy St. Patrick's Day

March 23rd 2019

On this feast day of St. Patrick, a little deviation from the norm is in order. Redemptorist Fr. Tim Uniac shares the following: it is a feast unlike any other, when all Catholics think themselves to be Irish. Only the Irish can dare to refer to Patrick as the greatest   ▸


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Ordinary Time

March 23rd 2019

In our Liturgical Calendar, the time between Christmas and Lent and the time between Pentecost and Advent is called Ordinary Time. It refers to the two periods in our liturgical year which fall outside the seasons of the two great feasts of the Church. In a sense it’s a period   ▸


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