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We Were Created By Love, From Love, For Love

This post originally appeared at www.ibelieveinlove.com I believe in love because we were created by love, from love, for love. We were married in August, conceived our first child in September, miscarried him in October, and buried him in November. They always said the first year of marriage would be Read More

If Bishops Wore Stripes

Or Why You Should Respect Sports Officials Heckling the officials. It’s as synonymous with sports as popcorn; as inevitable as a game’s final score. For some fans, it’s almost a hobby. As you begin reading this post, stop and think for a second: are you the sort of person who, when attending Read More

Fr. Dotson: A Message to Mothers

It happens from time to time at Mass that a small child will be having a rough day and will be a bit noisy. And on occasion, I’ve actually had people come up to me after Mass and say, “Father, you should really talk to those parents about their child.” Read More

You Knit Me in my Mother’s Womb

By Julie Bostick, Executive Director, Office of Laity & Family Life When I think about the size of the world and the number of people in it, I feel small and insignificant.  It boggles my mind to try to understand how God can know and love each and every individual Read More