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Closer to us than we want him to be

Many would rather push God into the distant cosmos, the Watch Maker, the uncaring Being, the science of randomness, or the void of nothingness — the Ungrund. The more I called them, the farther they

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On the vigil of St. John’s birth

On the vigil of St. John’s birth light a candle, or a pyre, but remember his great desire to announce the coming of Lord despite mockery, threats, and the sword

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Knights Attending Atlanta Eucharistic Congress

The Knights are attending the annual Atlanta Eucharistic Congress, Friday, June 20th, and Saturday, June 21st. The Congress draws over 30,000 attendees each year during Corpus Christi weekend. We hope to see you there and

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In the Garden of Toil, Music Plays

Allow Christ to walk with you in your garden of toil, in your heart where we have all fallen. Speak with him, your Savior who loves you, and allow that dialog to shine through your

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Conscious Adoration

Cardinal Müller had some clear words for the LCWR and all those who pruport to be Catholic and yet espouse the gnostic idea of conscious evolution. He states: The “fundamental theses of conscious evolution are

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Loss, Hopkins, and Hope

Outside of my window there sits a lone Rose-breasted Grosbeak making the most beautiful music. It calls out in orchestral scales and subtle tones. And there is no reply. The great oak in which he

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Shoulder Your Wounds

It is not important that people know all our wounds. Padre Pio hid his most painful wound, which he suffered silently in his shoulder. Always keep secret a little suffering — and it will become

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The Repentant Knight

In olden times, there lived in a certain part of England a rich and powerful knight, who kept a great estate and lived royally. But he forgot God, and thought people fools who confessed their

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Maximilian-izing Indifference

Franciscan priest and martyr St. Maximilian Kolbe had much to overcome in his fruitful and dynamic life. Often regarded as the father of modern Catholic media he is the inspiration of much of Pope Saint

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Choosing Divine Mercy

Have we really looked at the image of Divine Mercy, looked at it honestly? Yes, we’ve seen it a hundred times and it strikes us on the immediate level — that of God’s great act

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Our Popes in Times of War

Our popes have always been in the middle of war; the great war that wages in the heavens and spills into our streets. That is what a good father does for his family, he places

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Christianity is more than a survival guide

Christianity is more than a survival guide… it is a Person, a Person raised on the cross, a Person who annihilated himself to save us. – Pope Francis

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When Google Was Holy

“If a man wants to be always in God’s company, he must pray regularly and read regularly. When we pray, we talk to God; when we read, God talks to us.” — St. Isidore of

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The wound of the arrow that strikes the heart

In August 2002, Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger (Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI) sent a message to the Communion and Liberation (CL) meeting at Rimini 24-30 August on the theme, ‘The Feeling of Things, the Contemplation of Beauty’.

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Say Yes and Allow God to Work the Unexpected

With a single ‘fiat’ Mary fulfills Abraham’s journey of faith. It was Mary’s word that allowed the Eternal Word to walk among us and to speak to each one of us. So what does that

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What Does God See?

There is something poetic and scriptural about stones and archways. Go through, go through the gates, prepare the way for the people; build up, build up the highway, clear it of stones, lift up an

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Two Faces of Silence

Although Christ is the new Adam restoring all that was lost through first sin, still St. Joseph shares in the Adamaic re-play of the events of Eden. He stands behind the Woman, as she engages

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Contemplating the Crucified One

Here is the Vatican translation of the address Benedict XVI delivered (…) before reciting the midday Angelus with several thousand people gathered in St. Peter’s Square. Dear Brothers and Sisters, This year the Message for

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Disobedience makes for a weak voice

When one’s teaching voice is weak it is often because it lacks obedience. No amount of intonation, of “add-on” liturgy, will help make Holy Mass, or that voice, more efficacious, penetrating, and meaningful than when

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Turning To Transience In Faith

St. Francis’ troop of men were all transient beggars. Transience was and is the hallmark of the Franciscans. It was also the mark of a knight, being sent in the service of his liege lord.

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Our Lenten Appeal Letter

Dear Friends, you have known for some time that the Church has a vocations crisis. But did you know that we are missing almost two-thirds of our religious brothers since 1965? Your gift can help

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Happy Fat Tuesday!

“Every one must study his own nature. Some of you can sustain life with less food than others can, and therefore I desire that he who needs more nourishment shall not be obliged to equal

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You’re Gonna Have to Serve Somebody

Today, Pope Francis speaking on vocations gives us the example of the devout rich man. “His heart was restless, because the Holy Spirit was pushing him to get closer to Jesus and to follow him.

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