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The Holy Family: There's No Place Like Home!

In The Wizard of Oz, a homesick young Dorothy clicks her heels together and exclaims, “There’s no place like home! There’s no place like home!” Mary and Joseph must have felt the same way, when they finally settled into their routine in Nazareth. First there was that arduous trip to Bethlehem for the census and […]

Detroit's Historic Assumption Grotto, Then and Now

On my To-Do List for a long time now: An article viagra pills on Detroit’s historic Assumption Grotto Catholic Church. Founded in 1830, the parish was in the news in November, when the Archdiocese of Detroit’s Pastoral Council submitted to the archbishop their list of recommended parish closures and consolidations. Under the proposed plan, 60 […]


The Talents Given to You and Me

The talents given to you and me We must develop faithfully, So we can be good Mouseketeers! Are you old enough to remember this–when Jimmie led the original Mouseketeers in a rip-roarin’ dancing, singing musical celebration of cheap microsoft software download our God-Given Talent? Oh, the Mickey Mouse Club wasn’t a religious program, so it […]

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Person of the Day: St. Quodvultdeus

In the Office of Readings for today, the Feast of the Holy generic cialis online Innocents, is a sermon from St. Quodvultdeus, bishop. “Who?” I thought. So here is his story: Quodvultdeus was a father of the church. He lived in Carthage in the early fifth century, and he became a deacon in 421 A.D. […]

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