Do It Anyway

Do It Anyway

By: Bl. Mother Teresa People are often unreasonable, irrational, and self-centered. Forgive them anyway. If you are kind, people may accuse you of selfish, ulterior motives. Be kind anyway. If you are successful, you will win some unfaithful friends and some genuine...
Job Description: Pastor

Job Description: Pastor

Written By: Fr. Jason Kuntz This week I received in the mail a letter from Bishop Crosby regarding my newest appointment. “In accordance with Canon 523 of the Code of Canon Law, by this letter I appoint you Parish Priest of St. Michael Parish in Oakville, Ontario.”...
He is Risen, Indeed!

He is Risen, Indeed!

Written By: Lawrence Lam If anybody gripes about Catholics being so down and dreary, especially during the 40 days of Lent, you can remind them that the season of Easter is 50 days of rejoicing in our risen Lord. The days leading up to Easter are typically the time...
An Easter People

An Easter People

Written By: Sarah Gould Easter is a collection of contradictions, isn’t it? We get to Good Friday after 6 weeks of plain, undecorated liturgy only to have an even sparser liturgy, chock full of the bottom-line basics. Sights and sounds are harsh – there is...
Christ Died For All

Christ Died For All

Written By: Fr. Jason Kuntz One of the most poignant elements of the solemn Good Friday liturgy is the solemn sung intercessions.  We pray for not only for the needs of the Catholic Church, but for all people of every faith and even those of no faith.  This reminds us...
Latin Anyone?

Latin Anyone?

Written By: David Gilbert We have all heard about the “New Evangelization” and the question of “how can we keep the young in the pews or attracts them in?” But have you ever heard of the “Latin Mass” or “Mass in the Extraordinary Form”? Chances are you haven’t or if...

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