Category Archives: Catholic

Jesus, Easter, and Social Distancing

Social distancing and self-isolation rules means no public Easter Masses this year. Very sad, and it will be a strange feeling watching a live stream Mass on the most important day in the Church’s liturgical calendar. It may feel like … Continue reading

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Man Watches Livestreamed Mass from Back of His Livingroom

ACMPress – FARMINGTON – Parishioner Ken I. Gettanaman, a member of Our Lady of Good Hygeine in Farmington, was initally disappointed that the Archdiocese of Detroit had suspended all public Masses until April 6. That disappointment turned to appreciation when … Continue reading

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The Person I See

I had a good friend (he died a few years ago) with whom I talked several times a week, and our conversations were mostly about living the Catholic faith – how do we incorporate its truth and beauty in our … Continue reading

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Review: “The Saint Monica Club: How to Wait, Hope, and Pray for Your Fallen-Away Loved Ones”

Maggie Green’s book, “The Saint Monica Club: How to Wait, Hope, and Pray for Your Fallen-Away Loved Ones”, is one of those books you hope you never need, but if you ever do, you’re grateful it’s there. Every Catholic parent … Continue reading

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