Lent is hurtling toward us. This realization usually raises a sense of dread. The late great Fr. Alexander Schmemann may once have described Lent as “bright sadness,” but too often it seems neither bright nor […]
La Journée internationale du droit des femmes, qui est célébrée annuellement le 8 mars, coïncide cette année avec la liturgie dominicale du 2e dimanche du Carême. Le rassemblement de la communauté chrétienne est une occasion privilégiée pour souligner cette Journée internationale et les contributions si nombreuses des femmes au sein de l’Église et de la société. Vous trouverez dans cette page des suggestions d’éléments de célébration qui illustrent le lien entre ces deux thèmes.
Mot d’introduction à la célébration
Executive Director, Euthanasia Prevention Coalition
On February 20, the Portuguese Parliament voted on five different proposals to legalize euthanasia. All of the proposals passed, even though two years ago, similar proposals were defeated.
I had some business to take care of at the now internationally famous Cherokee Guns in favor of the coexistence of my ballistic vest and a compatible holster. It’s the provocative advertising that Cherokee Guns often indulges in that has … Continue reading →
This was taken some nine years ago. Fr Gordon MacRae thought this was by far the best picture of me, as it perfectly described my hermit life at the time. There’s Mass and prayers – and a million priestly things … Continue reading →
No, I don’t do this on a regular basis. This was a once off as a favor because of an unrepeatable, unforeseeable circumstance. Things happen. You do what you gotta do. It is what it is. Happy to help. Any … Continue reading →
I haven’t been able to blog much, but that’s not because I’ve been smacked down by Pope Francis. I only say that because sometimes that’s what people think when I’ve not posted for a while. Our Lord has put many … Continue reading →