Monthly Archives: October 2010

VOTE!

Tuesday is voting day for all of you who are U.S. citizens and remembered to register.  Voting is both a privilege and a responsibility – it really is important! Elections have consequences.  So how you cast your vote can influence … Continue reading

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Humble Cross

“We are at Jesus’ disposal. If he wants you to be sick in bed, if he wants you to proclaim His work in the street, if he wants you to clean the toilets all day, that’s all right, everything is … Continue reading

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Canon Law and Consecrated Life in the Regnum Christi Movement

When there’s a storm, at sea, sailors are relieved to reach a cove where they can throw out an anchor. The high waves may still be threatening, but the boat is much more secure. In this present rocky moment of … Continue reading

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Visitation clarification

We continue to read media reports of a pending visitation to the Regnum Christi Movement.  Our understanding is that the announced visitation is to the consecrated members of the Movement. In other words, the visitation will focus on the 900 … Continue reading

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Shortest, safest way to Heaven

“Holy Communion is the shortest and safest way to Heaven”. — Pope St. Pius X Our society is often obsessed with success and status.  Getting into a particular High School or University, working for a particular company, living in a … Continue reading

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Pray for priests!

    “The devil strains every nerve to secure the souls which belong to Christ. We should not grudge our toil in wresting them from Satan and giving them back to God.” — St. Sebastian      Back in the early … Continue reading

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Thank you for your yes, Sister

I was blessed to attend a Legion of Christ fundraiser Friday evening with my wife in the world’s greatest city, Chicago. We expected to have a good time and we were not disappointed.  Many old and dear friends were present.  … Continue reading

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The Power of Example

“Good example is the most efficacious apostolate. You must be as lighted lanterns and shine like brilliant chandeliers among men. By your good example and your words, animate others to know and love God.” — St. Mary Joseph Rossello Certain … Continue reading

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You can’t just blame the messenger

“The greatest persecution of the church does not come from enemies on the outside, but is born from the sin within the church.” – Pope Benedict XVI  Working in communications for the Catholic Church (let alone the Legion of Christ) … Continue reading

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That difficult question of truth

What is truth?  Pontius Pilate and I both want to know. I am asking this question again because it seems that some sources of information that we expect to be objective are not. Is there a criterion for truth that … Continue reading

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