With the Lord Is Mercy and Plenteous Redemption

If you could choose only one psalm to pray for the rest of Lent, you wouldn’t go wrong choosing Psalm 130.

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Lent, A Preparation for Joy

Ash Wednesday enters us into the season of Lent, a time of penance as preparation for Easter. But how does penance prepare us for joy?

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Candlemas and the True Offering

Whether it is a candlelit meal at a fancy restaurant, a birthday celebration with a candle-topped cake, or the procession of the paschal candle at the Easter Vigil, candles are a clear sign of solemnity.

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Patrons of All Latecomers

If they haven’t been packed away already, we can complete our nativity scenes this week with our celebration of the Epiphany. Finally, the enigmatic magi can fittingly join the decorative assemblage. But what is the significance of their arrival?

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Our Lady of Expectation: The Last Days of Advent

Our Lady of Expectation brings this Advent to a close with the gentle invitation to come closer to her, to draw closer to her Son.

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Would Aquinas Celebrate Thanksgiving?

Even around the dinner table, it’s easy to say “I’m grateful” and still forget the one who has truly provided: God.

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The Reality of Sainthood

There is a multitude of saints in heaven, and we are called to join them before the face of God.

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The Love that Suffers

Does love sometimes require that we suffer?

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Mary, Mother of St. Dominic

Filial love of Mary is an essential aspect of the Dominican character. The Order of Saint Dominic is Blessed Mary’s Order. Our Order was established by her intercession and has been sustained by her aid for eight centuries.

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I’m Looking for a Heart Transplant

Like other heart donors, Christ has died to offer life to someone else. However, unlike any other organ donor, Christ was raised from the dead and is alive still, reigning at the right hand of the Father in glory. Our heavenly heart donor is not only a man, but also truly God.

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The Dominican Rosary Pilgrimage

The Dominican Rosary Pilgrimage is a full-day, national event celebrating the Rosary at the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in Washington, DC on September 30, 2023, the Vigil of Rosary Sunday, hosted by the Dominican Friars of the Province of St. Joseph.

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