Archive | August, 2015

At Cathedral School, teaching is a family affair

There is a consensus among the teachers of Cathedral School:

Student interns work at meaningful summer jobs

They needed the money, of course. What university student doesn’t look hard for a summer job?

The First Come-to-Jesus-Meeting

In the world of urban slang, it has become increasingly popular to hear someone refer to a Come-to-Jesus-Meeting.

Key Classifieds – August 7, 2015

Kay Classifieds – August 7, 2015

There can be no communion without personal intimacy

“No, I don’t think I will kiss you, although you need kissing, badly.

Come to the Cathedral Aug. 23 for the French Organ Music Festival

Notre Dame-Paris, Cologne, Germany, Westminster in London and many other great basilicas and cathedrals throughout Europe, South and Latin America are known for their pipe organs, and some of the finest liturgical music was composed for them.

Solidarity is essential to building pro-life culture, Boston cardinal tells leaders

Don’t let society succumb to the false idols of individualism, where nothing else matters but me, and materialism, in which lives are measured by their usefulness and productivity to me.

‘You are the yeast,’ USCCB leader tells Knights, Ladies of Peter Claver

The two main focuses of the Knights and Ladies of Peter Claver — family and education — have never been needed more than they are right now,

Compassion, mercy essential to pro-life message

Archbishop Joseph F. Naumann urged pro-life leaders from around the nation to use the gifts outlined in the Wizard of Oz — wisdom, courage and compassion — to advance the pro-life cause.

Mercy and Truth in Action: Caring for Wounded Families

The next theme in this series on the Church’s pastoral care for the family, “Caring for Wounded Families (Persons who are Separated, Divorced and Not Remarried, Divorced and Remarried and Single-Parent Families)”

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