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Edouard Hugon, O.P. on baptism of children

We begin our (hopefully weekly) feature of Manualist Mondays with an excerpt from Edouard Hugon O.P., a prominent neo-Thomist of the first half of the 20th century. 1,585 more words


A Home & A Family in Christ

Today I had to give a speech at both masses on behalf of stewardship. I was asked to post it online, so here is pretty much what I said, filling in my notes, plus pictures so you can see what I mean. 1,191 more words

Sharing Time

OBITUARY: Lorraine E. (Bernard) Beaupre, 89

WILMINGTON, MA — Lorraine E. (Bernard) Beaupre, a longtime Wilmington resident passed away peacefully surrounded by her loving family on Wednesday, October 19, 2016. She was 89. 262 more words


Fountain Of The Week

I’m partial to the odd glass of vino and so my ears pricked up this week when I heard of an attraction available at the Italian town of Caldari di Ortana in Abruzzo. 196 more words


Tommies Blog: Off Bye Week, No. 4 St. Thomas Hosts Hamline Saturday

The St. Thomas football team found itself down 20-16 with 29 seconds left in regulation at Concordia-Moorhead two weeks ago. But there was no panic for the No. 804 more words


OBITUARY: Jaqueline M. (Volo) Bazzinotti, 74

WILMINGTON, MA — Jacqueline M. Bazzinotti (Volo), “Jackie”, age 74, of Wilmington, died peacefully at home surrounded by her loving family on October 16, 2016. 767 more words


Target Field To Host St. Thomas-St. John’s Rivalry Game

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – Next year, the football rivalry between the University of St. Thomas and St. John’s University will be decided, for the first time, at Target Field in downtown Minneapolis. 388 more words