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Companions of the Cross

“Jesus said to them, ‘Follow me and I will make you become fishers of men.’ And immediately they left their nets and followed him.” (Mark 1:17-18)

Fr. Pierre Ingram Protrait

The Key is to Work With God

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The key is to work with God and ask yourself how can the tools of prayer, fasting, and alms giving have their proper bite? If you begin to feel the bite of that tool then it is...

Fr. Francis Ching, CC Celebrating Mass

Ask Fr. Francis: How do I prove God must be a personal God?

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Fr. Pierre Ingram Protrait

Break Us Out Lord!

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The value of any spiritual practice is measured by the extent to which it makes us more like God, the God that we claim to worship. If it doesn't it is useless.

Fr. Francis Ching, CC Portrait

Ask Fr. Francis: If God knows our needs, why do we need to pray?

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If God knows our needs, why do we need to pray? And if we pray, why do we need to write up and burn petitions?

Seminarian, Daniel Ramos, giving presentation at Saint Benedict.

Getting in the Fire With Us

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God is a God of love who wants to be right in the fire with us. He wants to share every part of life with us.

Fr. Mark Goring Video Screen Shot

Lenten Fasting: Enjoy It!

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The Lord Jesus wants to give you a special grace during Lent to do some kind of fasting.

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Have You Allowed God to Love You?

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When we open ourselves as a child to the love of our Father we are filled with a love that casts out all fear and gives us a grace. 

Fr. Yves Marchildon, CC

Living the Commandments

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Jesus makes it clear that He came not to abolish the law and the prophets but to fulfill. Jesus is speaking about the ten commandments and the entire moral law given to us by...

Fr. Allan MacDonald Portrait

10 Days from Now

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Ash Wednesday is in 10 days. Lent is our spring training in the spiritual life to grow in holiness and become a saint.