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Today marks the 34th Anniversary of the assassination of Archbishop Oscar Romero. A sad day indeed. Today nobody has ever been brought to justice. And...

The Saint of Beer

Today is the feast day of St Brigid of Ireland, the second most popular saint in the Emerald Isle and I’d argue a much more...
Campus Ministry, Canisius, Catholics and World Events, Saints

For All the Saints

“Saints are ordinary people who have done extraordinary things.” So said, Sr. Caroline as I grew up and attended CCD classes at Our Lady of...
Ignatian Spirituality, prayer, Saints, Vatican II

Remembering Arrupe

Today is the Anniversary of Pedro Arrupe, S.J.’s death. He was “the General” of the Jesuits during the changes of the Second Vatican Council and...
Advent, Campus Ministry, prayer, Saints

A St Joseph Advent Prayer

I held him in my arms While Mary rested Overwhelmed we were A long journey behind us A longer one in front of us I...
Advent, Saints

Not Dismissed So Easily

Cardinal Dolan is trying to champion the cause for Dorothy Day’s sainthood and score one more Catholic saint for the great city of New York,...
food, Saints