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The Power of Forgiveness

Doesn’t this look like a touching photo of an elderly mother with her son? The story behind this peaceful,…

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A California Saint

Postcard circa 1915, made by the Franciscans. To say that St. Junípero Serra has been a controversial…

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What is a Triduum?

The older Catholic Encyclopedia (1913) defines a Triduum as “A time frequently chosen for prayer or for…

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St. Peregrine Novena Day Nine

Fr. Allan, OP, concludes our holy Novena by tying it to the Great Birth of the Church at Pentecost. client_media/files/audio/Peregrine-2019-Day-Nine.mp3 …

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St. Peregrine Novena Day Eight

Fr. Allan, OP, invites us to examine the link between Faith and sorrow. client_media/files/audio/Peregrine-2019-Day-Eight.mp3

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St. Peregrine Novena Day Seven

So many people look for the wrong thing in Scriptures, yet how Jesus looks for us! client_media/files/audio/Peregrine-2019-Day-Seven.mp3

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St. Peregrine Novena Day Six

Christ wills the Church as an extension of His love and mercy for others. Do we do our part? client_media/files/audio/Peregrine-2019-Day-Six.mp3

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St. Peregrine Novena Day Five

As individuals and as a society, we judge the value of a human person wrongly, especially the sick. Christ…

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St. Peregrine Novena Day Four

Loss, depression, death… we are not equipped to face these things well because we do not see them through…

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St. Peregrine Novena Day Three

Drawing on personal pain and loss, Fr. Allan, OP, reflects on the problem of evil and loss. client_media/files/audio/Peregrine-2019-Day-Three.mp3

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St. Peregrine Novena Day Two

For the second day of the St. Peregrine Novena, Fr. Allan, OP, ties in the Ascension to our love and…