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As Americans, we should be proud of the men and women who serve to protect our freedoms and offer them our thanks. We should understand that there were those who paid the ultimate price, and for them, we should offer our prayers.
Our obligation to attend Sunday worship reflects the very character of who we are as Catholics. When we fail in our responsibility before God, we sin.
In my 47 years, I could never return to the Lord the blessings that He has given to me through the priesthood.
We do not know exactly what the decision will be when the Supreme Court finally rules on the Mississippi Case, but we do know that we will always be pro-life because of the teachings of our Church.
I have been told by many who were attending Sunday Mass on a regular basis that it is so good to be receiving the Eucharist again, and to be with other members of the parish community.
No matter how much talent a person has in any field of endeavor, the dues must be paid with endless practices, hours of preparation and sacrifices necessary to climb the proverbial ladder of success. The same is true for the spiritual life.
Post-Easter was always a significant moment in my early childhood. Currently because of allergies and stuffed up sinuses I can hardly smell even the most pungent odors. But as a boy, the smell of fresh spring grass heralded the baseball season and I would make my way to Russell Square Park for spring practice.
As I watch individuals acknowledge the Cross of Christ, I wonder at the stories of Jesus in their lives.