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JFK: The President has Died

November 22, 2013
FRIDAY OF THE THIRTY-THIRD WEEK OF ORDINARY TIME +Feast of St. Cecilia (230), Virgin, Martyr, Patroness of Musicians +50th Anniversary of the Assassination of President Kennedy The following video is 12 minutes of the live broadcast during the assassination and the news bulletins soon after. Note: Viewer Discretion advised. The first few minutes of the […]

Reflections on a Life that Could Have Been

July 23, 2012
MONDAY OF THE SIXTEENTH WEEK OF ORDINARY TIME+Feast of St. Bridget (1373, Religious, Founder In the last few months I have been reflecting on the what could have beens. Perhaps that is a reflection of growing older, and that statistics show that I will be lucky to make it to 64 years of age. Only God […]

Remembering Vietnam

May 28, 2012
MONDAY OF THE EIGHTH WEEK OF ORDINARY TIME +Feast of St. Germanus (576), Bishop of Paris+Feast of St. Bernard of Menthon (1008), Monk, Patron of Mountain Climbers My Beloved, Today, Memorial Day, we remember all those who gave the ultimate sacrifice to the cause of Freedom. It seems that every generation has its own war. […]

Remembering Oklahoma City Bombing

March 16, 2012
FRIDAY OF THE THIRD WEEK OF LENT +Feast of St. Heribert (1021), Bishop I recently was watching a TV show from 2002 called Crossing Jordan. The show is about the Medical Examiners office in Boston. In the episode I watched the scenario was a bombing of a building in a manner similar to the Oklahoma […]

Tribute to Fr Ted Borger, Lt. Commander, USN Ret

December 24, 2011

Salute to our Veterans

November 11, 2011

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If one wishes to win the world for Christ, he must have the courage to come into conflict with it. —Blessed Titus BrandsmaI would not believe the Gospel itself, if the authority of the Catholic Church did not move me to do so. —St. Augustine of HippoThe more we see failure in obedience, the stronger should be our suspicion of temptation. —St. Teresa of AvilaLord, those are your best servants who wish to shape their life on Your answers rather than to shape your answers on their wishes. —St. Augustine

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