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“. . . I just know it’s true !”  Only silly people say that, but it is not only silly; it can also be very funny, as Bill Maher has hilariously illustrated.  451 more words

Father Kevin's Reflection - October 9, 2016

Quick, who won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1930?

If you said, Nathan Söderblom you’d be absolutely right. You’d also be a genius, because almost nobody remembers the recipients of the Nobel Peace Prize (past, maybe, the last two or three). 591 more words


More testimonies from 2016

There is power in Prayer

 Esther Waithira

“For quite some time I had been waiting for light to shine on me in pursuing a job. A few months ago I approached the rest of BPS family to help me pray in my frustration. 1,300 more words


Father Kevin's Reflection - October 2, 2016

The months of May and October are recognized as the “Months of Mary”. October is specifically for Mary and the Holy Rosary. It is so fitting that God chose a woman to be such a key part of the functioning of His church. 658 more words


Father Kevin's Reflection - September 18, 2016

I’m reading a new book: “Evangelical Catholicism”. I’ve seen those two words many times before…but I’ve never seen them together…and may I say…it’s about time! Some Protestants refer to themselves as Evangelicals…so what does that word mean? 416 more words


A sermon on the Passion of Christ , and the faith of the Church by St. Anthony of Padua

On the third day God said: Let the earth bring forth the green herb.

The earth or ground (which derives its name from the word ‘grind’) is the body of Christ, which according to Isaiah was ground down for our sins . 901 more words

St. Anthony Of Padua