Sharing Divine Life

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One of the themes I bring out often in my preaching is God sharing his divine life with us. Here is article that explores the meaning of that theologically.
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Divine Mercy Talk: Here is the talk I gave at the Divine Mercy Celebration

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As we are about to celebrate the one hundredth anniversary of the Fatima apparitions, I want to bring out the connection between Fatima and Sr. Faustina. I will begin by reading excerpts from the Document from the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith called “The Message of...
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Relics of Crucifixion at the National Shrine this Good Friday

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National Shrine to host rare exposition of Passion relics on Good Friday
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Beautiful New Churches: One Looks Familiar

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I came across an article on beautiful, new churches being built. Here is one of the pictures. I wonder if the architect every visited St. Mary of the Assumption. Because, this church looks a lot like ours! This will be a chapel for a Jesuit Prep School in Florida.   
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New Rectory

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Thursday, March 9th, the Board of Consultors for the Archdiocese approved our plans for building a new rectory. This new rectory will preserve the facade and the sides of the Crandell-Rothstein house, the house just to the south of the Church with the two porches. This property...
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Monsignor Hughes, Rest in Peace

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We are all saddened to hear about the passing of one of our former Pastors, Monsignor Richard A. Hughes. Here is a brief biography of Monsignor. Please remember to pray for his soul, the soul of his sister, Mary, who passed away just a week earlier, and family: Monsignor Hughes...
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Children losing their faith

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Here is an interesting article on children losing their faith. This can happen as early as age 10. The reason is that atheism seems for conform to the scientistic view they get from the culture around them. They are looking for a scientific proof for God and for the claims of...
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Have you ever heard of Daniel Rudd?

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Neither had I. Here is an article about him. Born into slavery, he was a devoted Catholic who founded a newpaper for Black Catholics. He was active in evangelizing in the African American community.
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Have you ever noticed the prayer cards in our Church for Mother Mary Elizabeth Lange?

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Mother Mary Lange’s cause for canonization is ongoing. She founded the Oblate Sisters of Providence, an order for African-American women. She founded the order in Baltimore. Many African American Catholic women from Southern Maryland joined this order. Here is an article...
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