Tucked in the octave celebration of the great solemnity of Christmas is the feast of the Holy Family.
On Dec. 8 I awoke at 6 a.m. and was anxious to see what had happened with the weather.
For unto us a child is born; unto us a son is given.
Did you know that some religious goods stores sell statues of St. Joseph made specifically to be buried in the ground of property that is for sale?
Well, it's almost time to hear those magical words that stir my heart: “Hey, Father, did ya notice? Somebody put some money under Baby Jesus!”
From his prison cell in December 1944, German Jesuit Father Alfred Delp penned a meditation entitled “Figures of Advent.”
When someone wishes to challenge me, I prefer that they do so in person rather than going through a third party.
In the dreary and depressing circumstances of Nazi Germany, Father Delp found comfort, consolation and meaning in the liturgical themes of Advent.
Catholic schools are by no means perfect, but we are striving each day in every aspect of what we do to make our Catholic faith come alive in our school communities.
The fall is passing and thoughts turn from pumpkins and Pilgrims to Advent and Christmas.