Second Sunday during Lent Deacon Robert Banet
Never heard of him. Who is he?
He was a priest and a doctor, too. He lived in Tyre?
Eastern Mediterranean coast. Anyway, he and other Catholics were arrested for not accepting the government religion. This was in the early days of the 300’s. […]
Nearly all women hope for the safe delivery of the child in their womb. And some couples have difficulty conceiving a child, and earnestly pray that God may grant them this wonderful gift.
It’s helpful to know that the patron saint of safe and healthy deliveries is a man who himself was born in a […]
Twenty-Sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time Fr. Anthony Brankin
If you read anything in the newspapers or internet the last few weeks, you cannot help but to have read about the forthcoming Synod on the Family as well as changes that the Pope has made regarding the process of Catholic annulments. Now I do not wish […]