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Q&A with Fr John Flader: Defending the right to live

I work as a nurse in a palliative care ward and sometimes have to defend the Church’s teaching on euthanasia before other nurses, who...

Fr John Flader: Palliative Care Advice

Time spent with the sick and dying is invaluable. You are truly “remaining” with them, comforting them, showing them the love of Christ, giving them hope.

Q&A with Fr John Flader: St Peter Claver, a saint against...

I am interested in current efforts to abolish slavery in its various forms and heard that St Peter Claver might be someone to whom...

Q&A with Fr Flader: A great airborne saint

A friend said St Joseph Cupertino was famous for flying, without an airplane of course. I found that hard to believe. Is this true...

Q&A with Fr John Flader: St Joseph Calasanz

I recently attended a weekday Mass in honour of St Joseph Calasanz. I know nothing of him. Who was he? St Joseph Calasanz is certainly...

Q&A with Fr John Flader: Our Lady of the Snows

I attended Mass in my parish on August 5 and the priest said something about this feast having been called Our Lady of the...

Q&A with Fr John Flader: A God of peace and division

In the Gospel of a recent weekday Mass Jesus said he had come not to bring peace but a sword, and to set parents...

Fr Flader: Cutting off our hand?

Q: In the Gospel in a recent Mass Our Lord says we must be prepared to cut out our eye or cut off our...

Fr Flader: The life of Blessed Franz Jägerstätter

Franz Jägerstätter was born on 20 May 1907 in St Radegund in Upper Austria.

Fr Flader: Thomas à Kempis took Christ as his model

Thomas was known as kind and affable towards all, especially the sorrowful and afflicted. His favourite occupations were reading, writing and prayer.
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