Tag Archives: Pope John Paul II

Mixed Emotions: Chaput moving to Philly

It is with mixed emotions and a bit of a heavy heart that our bishop is being re-assigned to Philadelphia.  His Excellency Charles Chaput has been our bishop now for 14 years, and we’ve had the good fortune to meet … Continue reading

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The Dangers of Homosexuality

In an article written on LifeSitenews.com, John Henry Weston writes about the need for our bishops to love us enough to actively and vociferously warn of the physical and spiritual dangers of homosexuality.   He summarizes with a remarkably pertinent quote … Continue reading

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Forever Hopeful: World Youth Day!

With our culture in the grasp of pro abortion and sexualized zealots, this brief video on the 26 years of World Youth Day cannot but give us endearing hope for our future.  Our children and our grandchildren will save us … Continue reading

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Beatification of Pope John Paul II scheduled

His Holiness Pope John Paul II is now scheduled to be beatified on May 1st – which is wonderful news.  John Paul II was pope when we converted, and his influence within and outside of the Catholic Church simply cannot … Continue reading

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Reverence at Mass

As many Catholics are aware in some capacity, there has been a serious change in the liturgy since Vatican II, and since the election of Pope John Paul II and continuing with Pope Benedict XVI, the ‘reform of the reform’ … Continue reading

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“Do not be afraid.  Do not be satisfied with mediocrity.  Put out into the deep and let down your nets for a catch.” Pope John Paul II

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