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I once heard a talk by singer/songwriter Steve Angrisano that I have actually appropriated ’cause it’s so good. In it, he said that we have one destination (Heaven). After that he said that, actually there are two destinations but the second one is not such a great option; we need to stick to ‘Plan A’. I ...read more
get=”_blank”>EideCom How important is artistic and technical production when we evangelize? This week we speak with Mike Danielson and Charles Eide of EideCom – experts in Catholic events. Mark Matthews tells us about a bible study at a film studio; Billy Chan has tips on making the Mass less boring and Marie Miller has a ...read more
On Monday, May 15, 2017, Gerhard Cardinal Müller delivered a keynote address to Canadian Catholic Bioethics Institute at St. Michael’s Cathedral Basilica, Toronto. First, I would like to thank the organizers of this event, the Canadian Catholic Bioethics Institute, including its leadership, staff, board members, and supporters, for inviting me to address you all this ...read more
To highlight and celebrate the 375th anniversary of the founding of Montreal, the Most Reverend Christian Lépine, Archbishop of Montreal, will preside at a Eucharistic celebration in Notre-Dame Basilica, 17 May 2017 at 9:00 a.m., in the presence of a number of Bishops from Quebec and other parts of Canada, among whom will be the ...read more
Sixth Sunday of Easter, Year A – May 21st, 2017 The first six Chapters of Acts tell the story of the foundation and building up of the Church in Jerusalem. In today’s first reading (Acts 8:5-8, 14-17) and again in Acts 10:44-48 and Acts 19:1-6, Luke distinguishes between baptism in the name of the Lord ...read more
In this Biblical Reflection filmed at the site of the Primacy of Peter on the northwest shore of the Sea of Galilee, Fr. Thomas Rosica, CSB, speaks about the “breakfast symphony” in two movements in John 21. The first movement describes the appearance of the Risen Jesus to his disciples “by the Sea of Tiberias.” ...read more