St. Eugene and the Youth

St. Eugene and the Youth What was it about young people that drew St. Eugene de Mazenod to them? Youth have a very special place in the church and society. We have the power to make change, to inspire – but will we? Christ calls us to share our faith with others. Join Fr. David […]

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The Two Popes – Movie Review

Was Pope Benedict XVI really a “Nazi”? Did Pope Francis almost marry? We break down Netflix’s new movie. In The Two Popes, director Fernando Meirelles and screenwriter Anthony McCarten – who wrote the screenplays for The Theory of Everything, Darkest Hour, and Bohemian Rhapsody-dramatize the recent history of the Roman Catholic Church. Despite its title, […]

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The Oblate Martyrs of Laos – December 16th

The Oblate Martyrs Of Laos Laos presents to Christianity its “Witnesses of the Faith in the 20th century,” 17 men who died as martyrs between 1954 and 1970: a young Laotian priest, 5 priests of the Foreign Missions of Paris, 6 Oblates of Mary Immaculate-an Italian and 5 French, 5 Laotian laymen. The beatification ceremony […]

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