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The Joyful News of Christmas Proclaimed

The Joyful News of Christmas Proclaimed

By: Fr Chris Saliga, OP It is not uncommon to hear folks wish us “Happy Holidays” rather than “Merry Christmas” during the month of December.  This is understandable given the variety of “Holidays” observed by people this time of year.  And so, “Happy Holidays” has its place as a generic greeting of good will. That […]

Evangelizing the Catholic Faith: Knowing When to Say When

Part Five of series by Chris Wira We are each on a journey of Love and knowledge in Truth.  As Catholics, we have each embraced the Faith in a personal and unique way.  Many have received it from their parents, while others have converted later in life.  For each of us, there has been a […]

Evangelizing the Catholic Faith: The Beauty of God

Evangelizing the Catholic Faith: The Beauty of God

Part Four of series by Chris Wira Each of us has been drawn into a wonderful relationship with God by which the gifts He has given us come to fruition.  Our lives evolve and the world around us changes.  Yet, through it all, the Faith remains immutable–ever ancient and ever new.  Even if we waver […]

Why be Confirmed?

Why be Confirmed?

By:  Emmaline Berg ’13 In mid-November I had the opportunity to talk to young high-school students and their parents preparing for confirmation on the topic: “Why be Confirmed?”  While I was preparing for what I was going to say, the question made me pause because, up to that point, confirmation had seemed to be of […]

Evangelizing the Catholic Faith: Challenging Opportunities

Evangelizing the Catholic Faith: Challenging Opportunities

Part Three of series by Chris Wira Some of the special moments I’ve had in discussing my faith with others are the times when people are pleasantly surprised by what I share.  Very often, the teachings of our faith are assumed to be the same as other Christian denominations. There have been several times where […]

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