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Posted by Fr. Andrew Young, St. Joseph Cathedral This past Wednesday, the Church celebrated the Feast Day of Saint Joseph the Worker. Since our parish is the Cathedral of Saint Joseph it was a blessing to be able to celebrate … Continue reading
Posted by Fr. Thomas Fitzpatrick, Rector of St. Joseph Cathedral Divine Mercy Sunday is an Easter gift from Christ to His Church that invites us to indulge and revel in His unfathomable mercy while we celebrate the Resurrection. It makes … Continue reading
Dear Heavenly Father, Thank you for granting us your servant, Pope Francis. May you inspire in his heart the spirit of St. Francis, a spirit of humility, spiritual poverty, and tireless devotion to your love. Grant him a sincere understanding … Continue reading
Posted by Monsignor Charles M. Mangan + J.M.J. The Universal Church exults constantly, but especially every December 8th, in the truth of Our Blessed Mother’s Immaculate Conception. God shielded Mary from Original Sin. She did not inherit, as we did, … Continue reading
Posted by Monsignor Charles M. Mangan + J.M.J. Today—October 16, 2012—is the tenth anniversary of the Luminous Mysteries of the Most Holy Rosary. Blessed John Paul II bequeathed an incredible gift to the Church. Here is something that I wrote ten years … Continue reading
Posted by Monsignor Charles M. Mangan +J.M.J. October 7th is the day on which the Church especially honors the Blessed Virgin Mary under her glorious title, “Our Lady of the Most Holy Rosary.” Father Luigi Gambero, an Italian Marianist priest who … Continue reading
Posted by Monsignor Charles M. Mangan + J.M.J. Saint Pio of Pietrelcina (1887-1968), known as Padre Pio, was to the middle part of the twentieth century what Blessed Mary Teresa of Calcutta (1910-1997), known as Mother Teresa, was to the … Continue reading