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19th Annual Fundraiser Luncheon & Silent Auction

19th Annual Fundraiser Luncheon & Silent Auction

Register now for the 19th Annual Fundraiser Luncheon & Silent Auction.  The event will be held Saturday, October 28th. Online registration: Click here Register by mail: Print the registration form and mail.  Please note...

New Marriage Rite Offers Much-Needed Catechesis

New Marriage Rite Offers Much-Needed Catechesis

Not only does “matrimony” convey greater solemnity than “marriage,” but the Latin matrimonium also means “the state of being a mother.”

Sunday Sermon for October 16, 2016, the Twenty Ninth Sunday in Ordinary time, Year C

Sunday Sermon for October 16, 2016, the Twenty Ninth Sunday in Ordinary time, Year C

Readings: Ex 17:8-13; 2Tim 3:14-4:2; Lk 18:1-8 In the second reading today St. Paul exhorts us, along with Timothy, to remain faithful to what we have learned and believed. The reason St. Paul gives...

Shop at Amazon and support Catholic Parents OnLine – find out how!

Shop at Amazon and support Catholic Parents OnLine – find out how!

If you shop at Amazon.com, simply go to smile.amazon.com which takes you to the order page where Catholic Parents OnLine will receive a portion of Amazon’s proceeds from that sale.  It comes at no...

A Lenten Poem

A Lenten Poem

The following poem was submitted by Holly McGarvey. It was written by her 14 year old niece, and is told by the earth below the cross during the crucifixion. Given Blood Quietly I sat...

Five Essential Marks of Catholic Schools by ARCHBISHOP J. MICHAEL MILLER, CSB

Five Essential Marks of Catholic Schools by ARCHBISHOP J. MICHAEL MILLER, CSB

Papal interventions and Roman documents repeatedly emphasize that certain characteristics must be present for a school to be considered authentically Catholic. Like the marks of the Church proclaimed in the Creed – one, holy,...

The Forgotten Virtue: Modesty In Dress

The Forgotten Virtue: Modesty In Dress

Dress for both men and women has changed dramatically during the last fifty years. Much of what is worn today is meant to expose rather than conceal the human body.