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A Reminder of Perfect Joy

A landscape of glistening snow bathed in sunlight tends to lift the spirits, even in Alabama. But in reality snow has a rather cold bite. Here Alex and Evan, postulant and aspirant respectively, call to

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Racing for Imperishable Victory

Pierre de Coubertin convinced Pope Pius X that “organized sport can create moral and social strength” and it was the Pope’s support that helped launch the modern Olympics in 1908. Pope Pius X didn’t need

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The Silence of God is Different

Max Picard warns in his book The World of Silence, (a philosophic-poetic reflection on the meaning of Silence), that modern man is becoming a “word-machine”, a “noise-machine.” He says that true speaking emerges only from

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In D.C. for the 2014 March For Life!

Here we are with fellow pilgrims in faith and witness — our very own Bishop Robert Baker of Birmingham in the Crypt Church of the Shrine of the Immaculate Conception and Cardinal Sean O’Malley of

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St. Agnes, pray for us!

“Every child that isn’t born, but is unjustly condemned to be aborted, has the face of Jesus Christ, has the face of the Lord…” — Pope Francis

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A visit from the Black Madonna

This past Thursday January 9th, 2014 we received with great delight the holy image of Our Lady of Czestochowa known as the Black Madonna. Brought by HLI President Father Shenan Boquet and VP for Missions

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Humility Defeats Despair

And in order to see my own faults I need one of the most crucial virtues of the gospels: humility. And who teaches us humility? Christ, who became a man, to share our weak human

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A Stellar Move

There is something in our world that cultivate perpetual adolescence. And I’m not alone in noticing the grid-lock especially in young men that has them running on a hamster cage wheel. Beverly De Soto has

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To Labor in Humility on the Sixth Day of Christmas

By receiving our humble Lord Jesus in the Blessed Sacrament we enter into the mystery of the Holy Family of Bethlehem. Like the Magi we come to adore and worship, two acts which perfect the

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He Touched Me

May you be touched by Him with this poem. Thinking I had it all figured out. Living my life, yet still filled with doubt. Something felt empty, pointless and dull. I walked through each day,

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