Daily Archives: March 9, 2015

The radiant City of God

From “The Field Hospital of Twitter Followers” by Alessandro Gnocchi and Mario Palmaro: In some little, out of the way church there will be always be a priest who celebrates the Mass in a holy way;   in a little apartment a … Continue reading

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by Fr Robert Barron Yesterday we saw how Lent is a great time for cleaning out the Temple of our own hearts. One of the best ways to do that is to go back to the basics of the Ten … Continue reading

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I have not possessed  a passport since 1999. When anyone suggests foreign travel to me, as if it is a good thing, I give them my stock answer: “Travel doesn’t broaden the mind, it only spreads your narrow-mindedness over a larger … Continue reading

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How can a demon, driven out, return with seven more?! A meditation on a puzzling parable of Jesus.

By Msgr. Charles Pope The Gospel for the Third Sunday of Lent in the Extraordinary form features the puzzling parable about a cast out demon who returns with seven other demons. What is most puzzling about the passage is that the finding … Continue reading

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