More than 2500 years ago, the Celts celebrated their new year, the end of the harvests, and the arrival of winter all on October 31. This festive ceremony, in honor[continue reading]
Today, October 18, we celebrate the feast day of St. Luke, evangelist and author of the Acts of the Apostles. Luke’s two works comprise almost a quarter of the New[continue reading]
When I was asked to write this blog for October 17, the International Day for the Eradication of Poverty, I gasped. WOW! How will that happen? Didn’t Jesus say, “The[continue reading]
The rosary is a simple prayer with great power that has been prayed for years. According to the stories, St. Dominic received the rosary from the Virgin Mary in 1214.[continue reading]
Please pray for the success of this synod, which will take place October 6-27.