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My Father Is The King

In 1220 A.D. a young prince lived in the Royal court of his father, the reigning Catholic King of France, Louis VIII.  As in all royal courts of that time, corruption and evil made the days of the youngster filled with dangers to his morals.  392 more words


Lourdes, France – May 2005

Notes and reflections from my journal 12 years ago.

Tuesday, May 10, 2005. . . Our American Airlines jet plane, a Boeing 767, lands smoothly at Charles D’Gualle Airport in France after an eight hour flight from Chicago’s O’Hare Airport.  390 more words


A Prayer Of Lasting Value

Shortly after Ordination to the Priesthood on May 6, 1944, Cardinal Stritch assigned me to the City of Youth, St. Mary’s Training School, now known as Maryville Academy, a home for dependent children in Des Plaines, Illinois. 326 more words


Post 11: The Enduring Message of Jesus of Nazareth

Carl H. Bloch’s painting of the Sermon on the Mount. (1877).

Blessed are the clean of heart, for they will see God.

  • Matthew 5:8

A man steps off a commuter train on his way home from work. 1,119 more words


Many Come To Honor The Lord Of Divine Mercy

April 14, 1996 . . . 2:30 PM . . . Queen of Martyrs Church, Evergreen Park, IL. An almost filled church awaits the start of the Prayer Service in honor of the Lord of Divine Mercy, on this first Sunday after Easter. 372 more words


Jesus of Nazareth: Easter Classic Is Still Better Than Creepy Robots


     First released in time for Easter back in 1977, Franco Zeffirelli’s epic miniseries Jesus of Nazareth was a staple of American television for years. As soon as Cadbury Creme Eggs hit the store, … 1,526 more words