• The Ancient Mystery of the Star of Bethlehem

     “There’s a star in the east on Christmas morn Rise up shepherd and follow It’ll lead to the place where the Savior’s born Rise up shepherd and follow”  By Ed Masters An enigmatic celestial event that has engaged speculation for more than 2000 years, the…

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  • St. John Chrysostom Church Restores Beauty In Los Angeles

    In 1909, a small community of farmers purchased some land for a Catholic mission church; after World War II, the area boomed with aviation and aerospace industries.  St John Chrysostom Church in Inglewood, California, which seats at least 1,000, was finished in 1959 to accommodate…

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  • Christmas In Harvard Square

    By Donna Sue Berry “Still, still, still, let all the world be still.” The ethereal sound of young voices fills the air and evokes a vision. Incense at midnight Mass. A night sky lit with choirs of angels in glory. Christmas beauty. The angelic voices…

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  • Father Christmas Comes Home To St. Walburge

    By Michael Durnan Canon Altiere is a newly-ordained priest with the Institute of Christ the King Sovereign priest (ICKSP) at the new Shrine of St. Walburge in Preston, a historically Catholic town in northern England. A year ago, however, Saint Walburge’s fate hung by a…

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  • There’s Room at the Inn at MiraVia

    “You didn’t take away from my future. You gave me a new one. I love you, Mommy.” – A new mother’s note to her daughter What is the truly Catholic response to a scared, pregnant girl? Here’s what happened when two determined ladies – a biologist…

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  • The Majesty Of The New Campion Missal

    A Feast for the Catholic Spirit Jeff and Cynthia Ostrowski have created a masterwork. There is simply no other way to describe their Campion Missal & Hymnal, which has been released this year to great acclaim. Richly illustrated with great works of Catholic art, the…

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  • Newman College Ireland Debuts – in Rome

    By Beverly De Soto The Irish have been accused of being dreamers. If so, this time they are dreaming BIG — a dream which they are sharing both in Ireland and among the Irish diaspora numbered in the tens of millions around the world. This…

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  • Philadelphia: An Oasis of Catholic Beauty

    By Matthew Plese Holiday visitors to ‘the City of Brotherly Love’ may be astonished to learn that the city is in fact a hidden gem of Catholic beauty. Two hundred years of immigrant Catholics have left their mark on Philadelphia with several nationally- known Shrines…

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  • Authentic Catholic Liturgy: It’s Not About Us, It’s About God

    By Dan Flaherty One of the most pre-eminent liturgists of our time, Dom Alcuin Reid is a monk of the Monastère Saint-Benoît in the Diocese of Fréjus-Toulon, France. His PhD thesis on twentieth century liturgical reform was published as ‘The Organic Development of the Liturgy,’…

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