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Companions of the Cross

Lest we forget.

Lest we forget

Fr. Francis Ching, CC Portrait

Ask Fr. Francis: Should I kneel at the Consecration?

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According to the General Instruction to the Roman Missal, people should at least kneel from the epiclesis (the invocation of the Holy Spirit before consecration) to just before...

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Giving Does Something to Us

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Biblical generosity would suggest that we can enjoy the things that we have guilt free. The widow is giving purely out of her love for God. That leads to a freedom and...

Fr. Bryan Sabourin, CC Portrait

The World Has Largely Forgotten

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“Jesus laid down his life for us so we could be free from sin, death would no longer triumph or have the last word.”

Fr. Tim Devine

Jesus Will Drop Everything for You

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“Jesus is here to reverse the curse.”

Fr. Francis Ching Portrait

Ask Fr. Francis: Which Gospel Should I Start With?

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You are right in saying that, in introducing the bible to a non-Christian, the Gospel is a good place to start, since it is the life and words of Jesus Himself.

Seminarian Miguel Perez Praying

Seminarian Miguel Perez Receives Ministry of Acolyte

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October 21, 2018 - Seminarian Miguel Perez took another step on his journey to the priesthood in receiving the ministry of Acolyte at St. Maurice Parish (Ottawa, ON). 

Fr. Bryan Sabourin

“Give me a cake or give me death.”

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Jesus gives his disciples a reality check today. He invites them to be part of his mission reminding them it means picking up your cross and following me. He asks, Is that...

Fr. Rob Arsenault, CC Portrait

I Want to Go to God's City

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Believe that God is who he says he is and that he is actively giving his graces.

Fr. Simon Lobo Portrait

Be One Who Serves

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“We exist to form disciples. It is all about forming disciples. My dream is that we would have a new disciple every day. That 365 people a year would come into a relationship...