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Catechist Formation Class #22 – Thoelogy of the Body

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Sunday School: Second Sunday of Lent

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From the Rector: Second Sunday of Lent

Proper preparation to receive Holy Communion during a Catholic Mass We...

The Sacrament of Reconciliation

The Sacrament of Reconciliation Sacred Heart Cathedral’s Confession...

Stations of the Cross

Sacred Heart Cathedral Stations of the Cross will be held every Friday...

Catechist Formation Class #21 The fifth Commandment “Thou shall not Kill”

Thou shall not Kill To view the Catechist Formation Class please click on...

From the Rector: Discernment and the “Four Voices”

Discernment and the “Four Voices” Adapted from Fr. Brian Bashista’s...

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Let Us Evangelize Following the Example of the Great Southwest Missionaries

Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ, May God’s blessings and His peace be with you as we celebrate the 75th Anniversary of the Diocese of Gallup. This past Summer I had the opportunity to go to two dioceses to preach the annual Mission Appeal. I visited the Diocese of Rockville Centre, NY, which contains Queens […]

Let Us Evangelize Following the Example of the Great Southwest Missionaries

Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ, May God’s blessings and His peace be with you as we celebrate the 75th Anniversary of the Diocese of Gallup. This past Summer I had the opportunity to go to two dioceses to preach the annual Mission Appeal. I visited the Diocese of Rockville Centre, NY, which contains Queens […]

Lent: An Opportunity for Conversion

Blessed John Paul II wrote in Ecclesia in America “In this life, conversion is a goal which is never fully attained: on the path which the disciple is called to follow in the footsteps of Jesus, conversion is a lifelong process”. Our process of conversion, though it is a lifelong one, is of special importance […]

Lent: An Opportunity for Conversion

Blessed John Paul II wrote in Ecclesia in America “In this life, conversion is a goal which is never fully attained: on the path which the disciple is called to follow in the footsteps of Jesus, conversion is a lifelong process”. Our process of conversion, though it is a lifelong one, is of special importance […]

Statement from U.S. Bishops Concerning Religious Freedom

Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ, Please find below a statement released recently from the Bishops of the USCCB as we conclude our yearly meeting. The statement concerns the issue of religious freedom, and the importance of standing up for our right to proclaim the Good News of Christ. Please pray for our country and […]

Rules for Vatican Finance Offices Include Protection for Whistleblowers

New rules governing the guidance, oversight and control of Vatican financial and administrative activities include the power to levy sanctions and take “civil or criminal action” in cases of “damage to assets,” as well as providing protection for whist…

Can Discalced Carmelites Wear Bunny Slippers? – And Other Carmelite Questions

Why was it necessary for God to become man? What do Catholics really teach about Mary? And, can discalced Carmelites wear bunny slippers?

Remembering Professor Charles Rice: The Embodiment of Notre Dame

Pro-life leader, Catholic commentator, and University of Notre Dame law professor Charles E. Rice was commemorated at a requiem Mass Monday, as his friends and admirers remembered his “countless” contributions.

Cardinal George Admitted to Hospital for Tests, Evaluation

After being dropped from a cancer drug trial over a month ago, Cardinal Francis George, retired archbishop of Chicago, has been admitted to the hospital for testing and further evaluation of his health.

Pope’s Wednesday Audience: Holy Father Slams Culture of Waste, Says It’s a “Mortal Sin” to Discard Elderly

In his general audience, Pope Francis condemned modern society for silently disposing of the elderly, saying that a civilization which views them only as burdensome is “perverse” and ill.

From the Rector: Second Sunday of Lent

Proper preparation to receive Holy Communion during a Catholic Mass We...

From the Rector: Discernment and the “Four Voices”

Discernment and the “Four Voices” Adapted from Fr. Brian Bashista’s...

From the Rector: Sacrifices for Lent

Sacrifices for Lent 1. Our Lord has said: “If anyone wishes to come...

From the Rector: Capital Sins part III

Capital Sins Part III This is the conclusion of the article regarding...

From the Rector: Capital Sins Part II

This is a continuation of an article regarding Capital Sins that was begun...

Sunday School: Second Sunday of Lent

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Sunday School: First Sunday of Lent

Sunday School To print or view the Sunday School page for the First Sunday...

Sunday School: Sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time

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Sunday School: Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time

Sunday School To print or view the Sunday School page for February 8, 2015,...

Sunday School: February 1, 2015

Sunday School To print or view the Sunday School page for the Fourth Sunday...