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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

Life is Fragile

By Katie Pesha, Executive Director Communications & Planning Follow me @KPesha   “She was staring straight at the ceiling, her eyes opened wide and she gave a little smile, turned her head to the side and was gone.” That was the description my father recently shared with me about my Read More

Keeping the romance

By Julie Bostick Executive Director, Laity and Family Life On our Engaged Encounter Weekend the priest explained, “Engaged Encounter is designed to put a little reality into your romance, and Marriage Encounter is designed to put a little romance back into your reality.”  While my husband, Ralph, and I were Read More

The “green” alternative to contraceptives

By Reverend Mr. Thomas Grafsgaard Seminary IV Student, Kenrick-Glennon Seminary Deacon Grafsgaard’s is the winner of the 2012 Homily Contest in the Marriage, Family and Sexuality course. 27th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year B Gen 2:18-24; Ps 128:1-2, 3, 4-5; Heb 2:9-11; Mk 10:2-16 Perhaps the biggest craze right now is Read More

Between a rock and a hard place

By Kathleen McGovern Coordinator of Youth Ministry  Since it happened people exclaim “let me see it!” I pause for a moment wondering what in the heck they’re talking about and then remember that I have a ring on my finger that states, “I’m engaged.” I still try to wrap my Read More