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Liturgical New Year’s Resolutions

Liturgical New Year’s Resolutions

At the end of this month we’ll celebrate New Year’s Eve and then, of course, New Year’s Day. For the Church, however, the new year has already begun with the first Sunday of Advent. The liturgical calendar is something we often take for granted, but with a little more...

Thanksgiving: A Eucharistic Celebration

Thanksgiving: A Eucharistic Celebration

Happy Thanksgiving! How fitting it is that we set aside this day each year to give thanks to God for his many blessings. Here I’d like to reflect on the deeper meaning of “thanksgiving” and offer some things to chew on beyond turkey and pumpkin pie. Consider that our...

Save the Date: 2020 International TOB Congress Oct. 30-Nov. 1

Save the Date: 2020 International TOB Congress Oct. 30-Nov. 1

Some of the foremost Theology of the Body (TOB) experts and enthusiasts from around the world will converge in Cleveland, Ohio, from Oct. 30-Nov. 1 at the Hilton Cleveland Downtown for the 4th International Theology of the Body Congress hosted by the Theology of the Body Institute.

What a Priest Is Supposed to Be

What a Priest Is Supposed to Be

[NOTE: For National Vocations Awareness Week (Nov. 3-9, 2019), the following is excerpted from a homily by Father Patrick R. Schultz delivered Aug. 19, 2018. It is transcribed and printed with his permission. Father Schultz is a priest of the Diocese of Cleveland and...

Announcing a New Master of Arts Degree with a Focus in the Theology of the Body​

Announcing a New Master of Arts Degree with a Focus in the Theology of the Body​

I want to make people aware of an exciting partnership that is developing between the Theology of the Body Institute and www.Pontifex.University. Pontifex University has created a unique Masters program, a Masters in Sacred Arts, which is a Catholic inculturation for anyone who is interested in contributing to the evangelization of the culture. It can be taken 100 percent online.

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