Our school looks intact from the outside so I shared this video with the Parish on Sunday to help them see what it looks like on the inside. It was meant to give the school parents and parishioners of St. Anthony a chance to see inside their damaged school. Some of the rooms escaped [...]
Confession. Penance. Reconciliation. No matter what we call it, the idea of confessing our sins makes us very uncomfortable. This is the sacrament we love to hate. But the Church believes that all seven Sacraments were instituted by Jesus Christ in order to answer our spiritual needs. In other words, in this sacrament Jesus gives [...]
It is not often that I come across a short video that is also a brilliant work of art. The Procedure responds beautifully to years of clever but twisted argumentation from movies like The Cider House Rules. Put it on full screen, sit back, and enter in.
Note: It might play better on the [...]
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