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This January try some hindsight

I’ll start the year by doing something very Roman – looking backwards. January is named after the Roman god Janus, who had two faces – one that looked forward, and one that looked backward.
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Mark Shea: Sacramental time awaits

This can be a wonderful year, if we cooperate with grace When Jesus was beginning his ministry in Nazareth, he started by going into the...

Mark Shea: The year of the Lord’s favour

When Jesus was beginning his ministry in Nazareth, he started by going into the synagogue on the Sabbath and reading this announcement from the...

This Catholic Life Podcast – Ep. 22: Happy New Year

Episode #22 - Happy New Year Hosts:  Peter Holmes & Beth Wells Guest: Bishop Richard Umbers Find It On iTunes - This Catholic Life Podcast Subscribe: iTunes, Google Play,...

Francis fixes eyes on mother Mary in prayer for a New...

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