Daily Archives: August 10, 2010

Damnation, excommunication, and prayer (readings for Wednesday of the XIX week O.T., year II)

More and more in our culture we hate to think of people being excluded, from anything and in any way. There is a good foundation for this, since every human being has equal dignity and equal rights, but people often … Continue reading

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A “must-see” church in Waterbury, CT

If you live near or ever drive through the city of Waterbury, Connecticut, give yourself a treat and visit the Basilica of the Immaculate Conception.  It’s quite near Rte. 84 so it’s easy to swing by on your way through … Continue reading

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St Lawrence, deacon and martyr, teaches us to serve

Today is the feast of St Lawrence, Deacon and Martyr. He is the patron of deacons, so today I’d like to extend my thanks and congratulations to the deacons of St Patrick’s parish: Deacon Fred Steup, Deacon William Glover, Deacon … Continue reading

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