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Learning to Listen

By Bob Hiller

For the past ten years, I’ve had the joy of listening to Dodger baseball on the radio, as my call was just north of Los Angeles. 882 more words

Living Word

Speak Lord: who call us to glory

The Second reading on Sunday, the feast of the Ascension, comes from Paul’s letter to the Ephesians. The reading adverts to the Mystery, of Jesus’ being now seated at the right hand of the Father in glory, but also to our continued relationship with him: a privileged relationship, grounded on faith and sustained in love. 210 more words

Catholic Faith

Missions and the Early Church

Throughout the history of the church missions have played a vital role.  The Lord himself thought it was crucial and told the disciples to spread his message throughout the world.  616 more words

My Grace is Enough for You!

I turn eight years old today as a Salesian of Don Bosco. This piece below I shared with those who witnessed that moment when I offered all my life to the Lord. 681 more words


When it All Began [ A Vocation Story]

Br. Jerome Quinto, SDB, marks his 5th year a Salesian of Don Bosco today. But before he became a Salesian, this piece he wrote 8 years ago brings us to where it all began. 620 more words


Loving Legacy: The Vocation of Motherhood

What does a mother do? Well, how much time do you have?!! The vocation of motherhood involves an exceptionally broad scope. It ranges from making and following up on children’s chore lists to changing diapers to helping with homework, to washing a baseball uniform after a late night tournament game and everything in between. 334 more words

Ascension Day Reflection

The entire time I’ve been in South Africa I’ve tried to walk the line of respecting culture and standing up for injustice. I realized during one of the LUCSA HIV & AIDS workshops on Community Capacity Enhancement, that it is not up to me to point out the flaws in a culture. 352 more words

Global Mission