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No One Answered Pilate’s Question

The Roman villain in salvation’s history asks the Savior, “What is truth?”  And even the Savior evades Pilate’s question.  That elusive yet always top of our list word is that somewhere, somehow “truth” resides and we just need to unravel, … Continue reading

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St. Sebastians Catholic Church, Milwaukee

I arrive for the Sunday 8:00 a.m. twenty minutes before the Mass begins.  The parking lot has one other car.  It doesn’t bother me. I enter the 150 year old church, modernized now, and the ushers immediately greet me.  I … Continue reading

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“Adopt An Apostle” Salvatorian Vocation Campaign

The Salvatorians, a Catholic religious order of priests and brothers, has a “blessed problem.” We have too many men studying in formation. Watch this video to learn more and to consider how you may help us out with this “blessed … Continue reading

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“Adopt An Apostle” Catholic Religious Vocation Campaign

As a nuclear medicine technologist, Michael Johnson has had some difficulty adjusting to religious life. In his second year of formation for the U.S. province of the international Salvatorian religious community, he’s quiet a lot, spending hours in prayer and … Continue reading

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First Sunday In Advent

Jesus said to his disciples: “As it was in the days of Noah, so it will be at the coming of the Son of Man. In those days before the flood, they were eating and drinking, marrying and giving in … Continue reading

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