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Thank you, Pope Benedict!

Thank you, Pope Benedict!

Thank you, Pope Benedict! by Fr. Jonathan Kalisch, OP With gratitude to God for the gift of Pope Benedict XVI’s pontificate, I would like to recall a few of his words that continue to resonate.  Perhaps the most thematic: “Being Christian is not the result of an ethical choice or a lofty idea, but the […]

Collaborative Almsgiving

Collaborative Almsgiving

By: Phil Gordon ’13 On Friday, February 15, the Dartmouth Knights of Columbus set up shop outside the Chi Heorot fraternity for their “Baby Drive”, which aims to raise money for needy mothers in the Upper Valley area. Observing Lent’s restriction of meat on Fridays, brothers sold grilled cheese and hot cocoa to people going […]

Like a Prayer: Experiencing Lent through the Prayer of St. Ephraim Part II

Like a Prayer: Experiencing Lent through the Prayer of St. Ephraim Part II

By Ryan Birjoo ‘11 “O Lord and Master of my life grant me not the spirit of sloth, despair, lust for power or idle talk. But grant on to me, Thy servant, a spirit of chastity, humility, patience and love. Yea, o Lord and King, grant me to see mine own fault and not to […]

Like A Prayer: Experiencing Lent Through the Prayer of St. Ephraim

Like A Prayer: Experiencing Lent Through the Prayer of St. Ephraim

A Lenten Series by:  Ryan Birjoo ‘11 “O Lord and Master of my life grant me not the spirit of sloth, despair, lust for power or idle talk. But grant on to me, Thy servant, and a spirit of chastity, humility, patience and love. Yea, o Lord and King, grant me to see mine own […]

The Penitential Season of Lent

The Penitential Season of Lent

Remember no Meat and only one full meal on Ash Wednesday During Lent, Catholics abstain from meat on Ash Wednesday and on all the Fridays of Lent.  We fast on Ash Wednesday and Good Friday.  To abstain from meat means to not eat meat on those days.  It does not intend the omission of eggs […]

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