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Fr. Samson: Do not think like the world does…

A homily by Rev. Charles Samson, 18th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Saint Ambrose Church “Do not comport yourselves as the Gentiles do…but rather, be renewed in the spirit of your mind.” …or, if we had to update Paul’s language to contemporary English, he might say: “Do not think like the Read More

Oh the Humanity…

The following is just my own version of the somewhat hackneyed phrase, “Oh the humanity!” that was uttered by American radio reporter, Herbert Morrison; overwhelmed at the sight of the Hindenburg exploding above his head. There is simply too much to try to process regarding the recent videos that have Read More

Marriage Is…

As you probably know by now, this morning the Supreme Court of the United States ruled that states cannot ban same-sex marriage. The definition of marriage has been changed in the law of the land. However, regardless of today’s SCOTUS ruling, for us Catholics, the definition of marriage as a Read More

I Did Not Survive Roe vs. Wade

Today is the anniversary of the 1973 Supreme Court decision on Roe v. Wade. Nearly one million people will be marching in Washington, D.C. today to show their disagreement with the decision. There will be thousands of signs protesting the murder of the victims of this law, posters of cherubic Read More

What the Pope Told Me…

By Brian Miller | Director, Young Adult Ministry @STLYoungAdults  Pope Benedict told me a few things this morning.  No, I didn’t get an early morning heads up on the big news…I found out when I woke up just like the rest of you.  In his words and in his witness Read More

The Catholic Church and the HHS Mandate

On October 15, Msgr. Michael Witt gave a presentation on the HHS Mandate and the Catholic Church in America. His presentation is the latest installment of the lunchtime series “Brown Bag Catholicism” presented by the Office of Communications and Planning in the Archdiocese of St. Louis.  Click the link below Read More