Daily Archives: January 28, 2012

The Venerable English College Turns 650 Years Old

The Catholic News Agency (www.catholicnewsagency.com) reported that the Catholic seminary in Rome for English seminarians turned 650 years old yesterday. This compares with the North American College where United States seminarians go to study, which turned 150 years old last … Continue reading

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Church of the Week

St. Olaf Catholic Church Mabel, Minnesota

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Quote for the Day

“As we know, in vast areas of the world, faith is in danger of being extinguished like a flame that runs out of fuel. We have before us a profound crisis of faith, a loss of the sense of religious … Continue reading

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Virtues of the Cross

Today is the memorial of St. Thomas Aquinas. In the Office of Readings for this day there is a selection from one of his conferences in which is described the totality of Christian virtue in the Cross. I will translate … Continue reading

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