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Last week in Chicago Illinois, Catholic leaders from the United States, Canada and Mexico, gathered together to participate in the J.S. Paluch Company’s yearly vocations seminar. This year it was titled “Creating a Culture of Vocations: Where We’ve Been and Where We’re Going” ...read more
Do your friends think? Last time we began looking at some qualities that should be part of a friendship: trust, honesty, fun and time. We also saw that in the Gospel of Matthew (5:22), Jesus speaks about forgiveness as a good quality in friendship. Today we’re going to see how friends think. But first, here’s ...read more
This week, on a special edition of the SLHour, we speak with event producers Mike Danielson and Charles Eide and we reconnect with songwriter Ken Canedo. CatholicMom.com’s Lisa Hendey joins us for a chat and singer/songwriter Joe Zambon has a new album, Love Is. Full program: [audio:SLRadio_170826.mp3] This program is available thanks to the support ...read more
(CNS Photo: A Haitian refugee sticks his head out from a tent set up by the Canadian Armed Forces near Lacolle, Quebec, Aug. 10.) Some 6,000 people, mostly Haitian nationals, have crossed illegally into Quebec from the United States since July. This is the second major upswing in the number of asylum-seekers to Canada this ...read more
You can’t talk about the contribution of the Catholic Church to Canada without looking back to the year 1984 when Pope-Mania swept over the country. ...read more
For the 3rd year in a row, we had the pleasure of being invited to the annual J.S. Paluch Vocation Seminar where leaders from many vocation groups across North America met together in Chicago Illinois from August 21–23, 2017. ...read more
Saint Joseph Calasanz was a man with a vision of the future. A man whom God called, while in Rome, to consecrate his life for the service of the poor children and youth. When a man lets himself be transformed by the Lord, as Calasanz did, not only is his life transformed, but so are ...read more
Professor of moral theology explains that the food crisis in Africa is caused by far more than just severe weather conditions. ...read more
In this round table discussion, leaders of four Catholic agencies speak about the famine and the Church’s response to this major crisis affecting millions of people. ...read more
A reflection for the Feast of Saint Joseph Calasanz On August 25th the Church celebrates the feast of a man whose care for children has made him their patron saint. Saint Joseph Calasanz was born into a noble Spanish family in 1557. At the age of fourteen he decided to become a priest, but his ...read more