Now THAT’S a Chapel!

This past Saturday, Thomas Aquinas College unveiled Our Lady of the Most Holy Trinity Chapel in a magnificent Dedication Mass. It is truly refreshing to see this chapel come to fruition. The chapel is the result of years of planning and collaboration with University of Notre Dame architect Duncan Stroik. Here are some links to photographs of […]

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More Resources for Living Lent

Pope Benedict XVI’s Message for Lent 2009 Ask CUF: FAQs on the Lenten Season FAQs on Lenten Practices Lenten Traditions Within the Home (CUF Faith Fact)How can families better live the spirit of Lent and Easter in their homes? Salt Dough Recipe for Crown of Thorns and other craftsfrom the Nov/Dec 2006 issue of Lay Witness Give It Up! What […]

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Are you ready for Lent?

Every year it seems that I get my “Lenten stride” about three days before Holy Week. I always regret not doing more, sooner. Here are some resources and answers to Lenten questions to help us start Lent on the right foot: –Read Pope Benedict XVI’s Message for Lent 2009. –Read Pope Paul VI’s Apostolic Constitution […]

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Are Children’s Masses Appropriate?

According to a recent Catholic World News story, the “Vatican intends to remove the Eucharistic Prayers for Children from the authorized prayers of the Roman Missal.”  The article continues: Bishop Arthur Serratelli of Paterson, New Jersey, the chairman of the US bishops’ liturgy committee, has disclosed the Vatican plans in a letter to the American bishops. […]

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Big Surprise in Baltimore

This morning at the U.S. Bishops’ meeting in Baltimore, a surprise was unveiled when Archbishop Pietro Sambi, Apostolic Nuncio for the United States, announced Pope Benedict’s schedule for his 2008 trip to the U.S. For most of the other speeches, a draft was given to the press prior to or during the address. When Archbishop […]

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