Daily Archives: July 15, 2014

Virginity and the Little Flower of the Mohawks

By Fr. Dwight Longnecker on Patheos In learning more about St Kateri Tekakwitha [whose feast day we celebrated yesterday, 14th July] I was struck by the connecting points between her and Saint Thérèse of Lisieux. Both were orphaned. Both suffered from … Continue reading

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Nanteos Cup stolen – Was it The Holy Grail?

Few of our readers may have heard of the Nanteos Cup. In the last two days, this cup has been stolen, it is feared for some nefarious purpose, and we have been asked to bring this to the notice of … Continue reading

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