As the secular world recovers from New Year’s Eve celebrations (and admittedly one or two of us may have stayed up past midnight), Catholics begin the year with a feast known as the Solemnity of Mary Holy Mother of God. This feast day was added to the church calendar in 1969 during the church’s reform […]

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In the secular world, around us, the “Christmas season” invariably begins after Thanksgiving. In some stores we see the Christmas aisles being assembled even before Thanksgiving has arrived. Decorations ago up, town squares are decorated, and everyone anticipates December 25. Once the date arrives and the packages are exchanged, abruptly, Christmas is over. This is […]

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