Browsing the August 2019 archive of Fr. Chris' Article

Fr. Chris' Article - September 1, 2019

Posted by Lisa Spitz on 8/30/19

Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ, One of the subjects in theology that is at one and the same time thought of fondly and also dismissed or maligned, as superstition is that of angels.  Most of us who were raised Catholic from childhood grew up learning the Guardian Angel ... Read More »

Fr. Chris' Article - August 25, 2019

Posted by Lisa Spitz on 8/23/19

Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ, Continuing my line of thought from last week’s article on two great ‘concentration camp’ saints, I wanted to give a short biography of the second of those: St. Teresa Benedicta of the Cross (Edith Stein). In 1891 St. Teresa was born Edith Stein ... Read More »

Fr. Chris' Article - August 18, 2019

Posted by Lisa Spitz on 8/16/19

Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ, Within the last week or so on the liturgical calendar, we celebrated two amazing Poland-born martyr saints who earned the palm of victory within a year of one another and in the very same place. One is St. Maximilian Kolbe, and the other ... Read More »

Fr. Chris' Article - August 11, 2019

Posted by Lisa Spitz on 8/09/19

Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ, Once again, another summer has come and nearly gone. This priest must be getting old. Hopefully those who have traveled or gone on vacation (or will be before the end of break) have done so enjoyably or safely. This brings up a matter ... Read More »

Fr. Chris' Article - August 4, 2019

Posted by Lisa Spitz on 8/02/19

Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ, As I mentioned last weekend, yet another prominent figure in the recent history of the Church is approaching the dignity of the altar: Venerable Fulton J. Sheen. Archbishop Sheen was born Peter John Sheen on May 8, 1895 in El Paso, Illinois, in ... Read More »