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October 2011

Back to our Roots

Back to our Roots John Paul II: ‘Active Apostles of the New Evangelization’ — Part Two

Biblical Dialogue During Mass On the coming of the revised Roman Missal

Credit for Small Employer Health Insurance Premiums

Credit for Small Employer Health Insurance Premiums The IRS estimates that it takes an average of 17 hours to complete the forms.

Golden Opportunity

Golden Opportunity New translation of the Roman Missal can be a catechetical tool for the New Evangelization.

Last Things for October 2011

Questionable Behavior Book Reviews

The Rosary to Contemplate October is the month of the Rosary.

Thoughts from Teaching Preaching It is easy for the homilist to spot the trouble, the evil, the sin in the world, but ...

‘Front and Center’

‘Front and Center’ Opportunities for mission.

Talents for God’s Glory

Talents for God’s Glory Homily Background for Thirty-third Sunday in Ordinary Time - Year A.

The End of the Procession

The End of the Procession Homily Background for First Sunday of Advent - Year B.

The Presence of Christ

The Presence of Christ Homily Background for Solemnity of Our Lord Jesus Christ The King - Year A.

The Priest and Mission ‘All priests must have the mind and heart of missionaries’.

Offering the Lord ‘Alien Fire’

Offering the Lord ‘Alien Fire’ Take warning from the case of Nadab and Abihu.

Our Priests and Young Catholic Adults Throughout the post-Vatican Council era, blame for the vocation collapse has been laid ...

Ours to Lose

Ours to Lose Homily Background for Solemnity of All Saints - Year A.

Preparation Time

Preparation Time Homily Background for Thirty-second Sunday in Ordinary Time - Year A.

Closings and Movings

Closings and Movings Parish life, like family life, full of living and memories.

Collapsed Journalism

Collapsed Journalism Even in book reviews.

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