At the end of its fifth year of publication in 1912, the editors of The Messenger wrote in a front-page commentary: “There were then (in 1907) many who doubted that we should exist even a year, having no capital, not a cent to back us, and an unknown field wherein to work. The one year …
Every Catholic in the United States, who is eligible to vote, has a serious obligation to exercise this right and responsibility with a conscience formed by the Light of the Gospel of Jesus Christ and the teachings of the Catholic Church.
The Pastoral Plan for Parish Renewal and Restructuring – Click to download PDF
When I learned of the election of our new Roman Pontiff, His Holiness Pope Francis, the first thing I did was to spend a few moments in the chapel at my residence praying for him.
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