From the Rector, Twenty-Second Sunday in Ordinary Time, 8/28/2022

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Litany of Humility This Sunday’s readings have a lot to do with the virtue of humility. This is a difficult virtue to foster, since it often requires humiliation! But here is a prayer to help us grow in it, written by Cardinal Merry del Val. O Jesus! meek and humble of heart, Hear me. From …

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From the Rector, Twenty-First Sunday in Ordinary Time, 8/21/2022

The Virtue of JusticeAdapted from an article by Sam Guzman on “The Catholic Gentleman” As the virtues go, justice isn’t the most popular—we would much rather hear about mercy or pardon, at least in regard to ourselves. And yet, justice is one of the most important virtues a man can possess. There is no such …

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From the Rector, Twentieth Sunday in Ordinary Time, 8/14/2022

The Virtue of Courage/Fortitude Adapted from an article by Sam Guzman on “The Catholic Gentleman” At some point or another, we all encounter things in life that cause us to be afraid. Whether it’s sudden unemployment, making a life-altering choice, a sudden illness, or the prospect of physical pain, fear is a fact of life …

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From the Rector, Nineteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time, August 7, 2022

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The Virtue of Prudence Adapted from an article by Sam Guzman on “The Catholic Gentleman” Prudence isn’t just the name of your great aunt on your mother’s side. It has been called the “charioteer of the virtues” since it helps control and moderate all of the other manly virtues we possess. Here’s how the Catechism …

Read moreFrom the Rector, Nineteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time, August 7, 2022