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Companions of the Cross

Lest we forget.

Lest we forget

Fr. Francis Ching, CC Portrait

Ask Fr. Francis: Should I kneel at the Consecration?

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According to the General Instruction to the Roman Missal, people should at least kneel from the epiclesis (the invocation of the Holy Spirit before consecration) to just before...

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Giving Does Something to Us

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Biblical generosity would suggest that we can enjoy the things that we have guilt free. The widow is giving purely out of her love for God. That leads to a freedom and...

Fr. Bryan Sabourin, CC Portrait

The World Has Largely Forgotten

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“Jesus laid down his life for us so we could be free from sin, death would no longer triumph or have the last word.”

Fr. Francis Ching, CC portrait

Ask Fr. Francis: Why Would God Let the Family of Job Die in Order to Test Job?

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But what if the person in question actually owns all life? God is the author of life. In fact, He is the essence of all life. Our life is not just His, but He Himself in...

Fr. Kenneth Lao

“Who is your mentor?”

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Jesus tells us to love the Lord with all our heart, soul and might and to love our neighbour as ourselves. A good way to learn this is to be a disciple to a mentor. Jesus is...

Fr. Charles Orchard Portrait

Jesus is Challenging us to Share the Gospel

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The Kingdom of God is living in union with Jesus day by day being transformed by his love and his truth.

Fr. John Paul Bolger, CC Portrait

The Lord is Capable

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The Lord is capable of giving us what we need. Today, let us make the same act of faith that Bartimaeus did. 

Fr. Pierre Ingram at Mass

Our Forgotten Identity

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Somehow the disciples misunderstood. So, Jesus has to remind them of their mission by having them call Bartimaeus. They had forgotten their identity. 

Fr. Alex Colautti, CC Portrait

Grow or Rot

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We are called to learn and grow constantly.

As disciples of Jesus Christ we are called to constantly be growing in our faith, in our understanding, and in our...