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Companions of the Cross

Update from our seminarians on Mission Sacré-Coeur.

"Spending time with our new holy friends with the Loretto Wednesday night prayer group in Vienna, really brought us out of a place of desolation. We were impressed with their liveliness and love for Jesus! They took us out for dinner after the meeting and paid for our food and prayed for us just after we took this photo and prophesied over us. Many of them even want to come join us to evangelize later this week! Praise God!"

 

 
Fr. Mark Goring Portrait

Food is a Great Servant but an Awful Master

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Food is a gift from God. It is good. It is meant to serve us. It is an awful master.

 
Fr. Francis Ching Portrait

Ask Fr. Francis: What Are Our Responsibilities as Godparents?

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The following is an excerpt from askfrfrancis.org....

 
Fr. Mark Goring Video Screen Shot

I Don't Got This!

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As we journey through life we need to learn things on our own, to become wise and achieve a certain degree of healthy independence. The Lord wants us to be wise and learn. He...

 
Fr. Allan MacDonald at 2011 Eastern Canada Chinese Catholic Living Camp

Spirituality

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Fr. Mark Goring Portrait

Do You Have a Rule of Life?

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If we know the Lord has called us to union with him it helps to establish a rule of life. We each have to come up with our own, unique rule of life.

 
Fr. Simon Lobo Portrait

Shipwrecked

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We get shipwrecked when we don't expect it, when we focus on the wrong things.

 
Fr. Tim Devine Portrait

Where do we Get the Power?

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“Go forth in this power so that our ministry won’t be wimpy or useless, but filled with the power that comes from the Cross of Jesus Christ. We are equipped. Our sufferings are...

 
Fr. Mark Goring Portrait

The Dark Night

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In order to reach union with God we must pass through a number of dark nights.

 
Fr. John Paul Bolger

We Are Already Baptized Prophets

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All we have to do is give God permission.