Monthly Archives: August 2014

Make them strong intercessors!

In the classic treatise on prayer, by Gregory Mabry, “The Priest and His Interior Life, ” the point is drive home time after time that the real work of the priesthood is the practice of prayer. In these days in … Continue reading

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Saint Bernard

Say “Saint Bernard” and most of us think of a large breed dog sent on a mission of rescue for an Alpine traveler. Twilight falls and the wolves draw near, and the faithful dog on his merciful mission arrives just … Continue reading

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The Son of Man

I am sure that most of us have little awareness that Caesarea Phillipi, now a deserted archeological site was once a thriving city located in the Golan Heights region of the Middle East. It was near Mount Hermon, which is … Continue reading

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