Hannah had some good news for her Gramps this week, and she just couldn’t keep it in.
Monthly Archives: March 2016
Holy Week eventually renders the Church speechless before the cross on Good Friday, says Fr. Guerric DeBona, OSB.
In the end, the cross will trump all our words.
If you’re debating whether to head to church this evening, I have just two words for you: ‘Please go.’
Treachery permeates the liturgy in these final days and hours of our Lenten journey.
It looked a little forlorn, the “theme” banner from our just-completed ACTS retreat, when I got to church this morning.
Can it really be a year since Brother Marvin died?
…Since he became, as one of his fellow Christian Brothers put it, “Saint Marvin of Glencoe”?
And blessing of blessings: here I am today, back on holy ground: on retreat this weekend…
…remembering the man who did so much to make this ground “holy”…
He’s called an “offender” in the common parlance of the prison administration, but I encountered Ted as more of a “teacher” yesterday.
I felt a little helpless, watching as the coach explained why he’d been cashiered.