Christmas Evangelization

In my last post, I shared a few arguments outlining why we, as Catholics, may want to jump in and outwardly celebrate Christmas with society even though it is officially early. I came up with two main points, it is nice to celebrate with all the people in our life, even beyond our immediate family,... Continue Reading →


I love food. It's hard not to love Thanksgiving. A national celebration for putting ourselves into a food coma just seems like the greatest thing ever. I know many people today will probably be writing on how we should be thankful, thankful for our family, our friends and our nation. Thankful for the gifts that... Continue Reading →

Learning Spanish

So this post is off my norm. I have decided I have to learn Spanish. For many years, my parish's hispanic community has been served by a fabulous deacon, Jesus, who sadly had to move due to work. He has been gone almost a year now, and I have suddenly realized over the last few... Continue Reading →

Dedication of the Lateran Basilica

It seems silly to have a feast day for a building. I don't care how important the building is, a feast day? Would we celebrate the day the White House, Big Ben, or the Eiffel Tower was built? What exactly is the "Lateran Basilica", and why should anyone care? Every time this feast day comes... Continue Reading →

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