Monthly Archives: November 2019

Quid Pro Quo by Monsignor Ferrarese

Share the post “Quid Pro Quo by Monsignor Ferrarese” FacebookGoogle+TwitterTumblrEmailBookmarkPrint Latin is back in the headlines! This ancient mode of communication has had an amazing and long life. Not bad for a supposedly dead language! In the current impeachment debate, … Continue reading

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Christian Humanism by Monsignor Ferrarese

Share the post “Christian Humanism by Monsignor Ferrarese” FacebookGoogle+TwitterTumblrEmailBookmarkPrint In the perennial debate at Christmastime regarding how to refer to this great feast that has been largely secularized, we often do not realize that the word often put forth as … Continue reading

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Worth Waiting For by Monsignor Ferrarese

Share the post “Worth Waiting For by Monsignor Ferrarese” FacebookGoogle+TwitterTumblrEmailBookmarkPrint Toward the end of the liturgical cycle (it begins on the First Sunday of Advent and ends with the Solemnity of Christ the King), we are asked to think about … Continue reading

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Growing Old by Monsignor Ferrarese

Share the post “Growing Old by Monsignor Ferrarese” FacebookGoogle+TwitterTumblrEmailBookmarkPrint Often times, people in their elder years have said to me (usually after telling me of their aches and pains): “Don’t get old!” It’s a funny expression because we don’t have … Continue reading

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The Unwanted Power by Monsignor Ferrarese

Share the post “The Unwanted Power by Monsignor Ferrarese” FacebookGoogle+TwitterTumblrEmailBookmarkPrint One of the most uncomfortable things about our internal life as Christians is anger. We often confess it because we feel it often and it makes us very uncomfortable. It … Continue reading

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