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Healings in Union with God and Horrors Where He is Not






TeresaLourdes1smLast month, attending a scientific conference at the Vatican on stem cell research, I was awed to learn of cutting edge discoveries for healing being accomplished in union with the Catholic Church. This week, I am in Lourdes, France with my husband Dominick and again, I am in awe. Lourdes is a place where healings occur that defy sci…

How To Defend Marriage






MarriageBook224x320Did you ever think that we would be at the place we are today in terms of being on the brink of having the highest court in the United States possibly helping to solidify a redefinition of marriage?  Well that’s where we are; smack in the middle of one of the most crucial debates that impacts each and every one of us, espe…

Viva il Papa!






Smiling FrancisThe Chair of Peter is no longer vacant.  We have a new Pope and the barque of Peter rolls on.  While we are just beginning, many of us, to learn about our new Shepherd, one thing we do know for sure is that he is already teaching us about humility.  I was so moved by his gesture to first ask the people to pray for Benedic…

Cardinals & Conclaves






T.inSistineChapelLittle did I know when I was standing in the Sistine Chapel only weeks ago leading a pilgrimage in January that soon Cardinals from around the world would be gathering in that same spot to select the new leader of the Catholic Church. Fast forward to March and here we are just about to watch the next Papal Conclave begin. It is tru…

Following the Lord Up the Mountain






PopelastAngelusI did it again. As I read yet another beautiful message from Pope Benedict I started to cry. The words of this incredibly humble teacher and theologian often bring me to tears as what he says about Jesus, the Church, and life in general is always so clear and meaningful. However, this time I cried not only because his message after the …

Honor Our Holy Father






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“Prayers go out to our Holy Father Pope Benedict XVI after learning of his decision to abdicate the Papacy due to health reasons.  Personally, I was deeply saddened as he will be greatly missed.  My hope is that although he has decided to live a monastic life after his resignation which takes effect on February 28th, w…

A Grim Anniversary








Prolife signsI landed in Washington Wednesday night looking forward to meeting up again with so many of our fellow pro-life warriors.  This is always such a bittersweet event.  On the one hand the huge numbers of participants is always encouraging, and is definitely a necessary shot in the arm for those…

Catholic Witness in a Nation Divided








            conference-ad   What happens now? Where in the world do we go from here?  What is 2013 going to bring to the country and the Catholic Church?


 


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The People Who Walked in Darkness Have Seen a Great Light








Nativity-with-the-torch        The First Reading for Midnight Mass is from the 9th Chapter of the Prophet Isaiah and worthy of some deep reflection before heading to church this Christmas.   This speaks to me of my own many years in darkness away from the Catholi…

Happy Advent & Happy Anniversary








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                 Happy Advent, 2012.  I do hope that you are making the most of this beautiful liturgical season of preparation, reflect…

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