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Companions of the Cross

"The stone the builders rejected has become the cornerstone. By the LORD has this been done; it is wonderful in our eyes" (Psalm 118: 22-23).

 
Fr. Jorge Alvarado lifetime promises

The Permanent Commitment

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Simply, Ruben promises to give himself wholeheartedly to the Companions of the Cross for the rest of his life.

 
Fr. Mark Goring Portrait

What do I do with my Life?

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"You need to show me. You need to give me life. You need to inspire me. Lord, wherever you lead me I will follow."

 
Fr. Mark Goring Portrait

First Rail Slide!

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"I know for you skateboarders who have been skateboarding a long time it is not a big deal, you've been doing rails since you were potty trained. But for me it is huge!"

 
Fr. Kenneth Lao portrait

Blessings of Obedience

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We need to imitate the obedience of Abraham to be blessed.

Three points of the homily:

1. God calls us to leave behind our old life in order to embrace the new...

 
Fr. Simon Lobo Portrait

Using Our Gifts - Living Beyond Ourselves

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An authentic encounter with God leads to a desire to serve him. 

 
Fr. Bryan Sabourin Portrait

An Experience is Meant to be Shared

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Experience of God is an experience that is meant to be shared. An encounter with Christ that has transformed your life may be the springboard that will bring about...

 
Fr. Mark Goring Portrait

God's Law

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"God bring on the storm, blast it all away. If I am going to have a storm get it all. Now is the time for me to live for you and you alone. Lord, don't let there be one more...

 
Fr. Mark Goring Portrait

Hear the Heart of Jesus

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Studying the Gospel of John is like resting your head on the heart of Jesus... The whole of the Gospel of John is meant for us to come to know Jesus intimately and personally...

 
Fr. Francis Ching Portrait

Ask Fr. Francis: With so many rites, What Does One Holy Catholic and Apostolic Church Mean?

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Within the family of the Catholic Church, there are currently 25 different “rites”, and the “Roman” Catholic, or the “Latin” rite, is only one of them. All of these are united...