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A Parish Priest’s Checklist

Do Only Good …Everyone has a story and yours is heard second or third or never …Every child is beautiful except newborns but you still mention the resemblance …Every duty is a privilege, the duty becomes a challenge which moves … Continue reading

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Life Forming Models

Since childhood we’re told we’re a snowflake, each one unique.  (But doesn’t it melt away when it hits the ground?)  America was built on the John Wayne model of individualism but would you trust him if his real name was … Continue reading

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“What Happens When…”

It was a card table covered with a white cloth in the back bedroom of our Manitowoc, Wisconsin home that served as my sacred altar.  10 years old with no audience (I mean congregation) allowed to participate.  11:00 a.m. every … Continue reading

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The Catholic Football Mass

“This is an important day for Father.  He’s been faltering the past few weeks and the faithful are wondering if he has want it takes.” “You’re right, Bob, I’ve seen him rise and fall all in one Mass.  He has … 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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