Recently, I have been presented a most difficult and awkward situation. A reality which will truly challenge my resolve in certain Catholic teachings. I find myself swimming against the tides of social acceptance, especially within my own family, direct and extended. I just need to look on social media Read More
On the feast of Saint Benedict, I think back on one of our modern day saints, Father Benedict Groeschel who taught us in today life how to live and love Christ among the trials and tribulations and evil’s lurking. He truly embraced St. Benedict as a role model, taking Read More
The Unfathomable Mystery of the Most HOLY TRINITY One day as Saint Augustine was walking along the sea shore and reflecting on nature of the Holy Trinity, he suddenly saw a little child all alone on the shore. The child made a hole in the sand, ran Read More
”Be on guard against discouragement and lack of trust. Strive to do well all that you do, but do this with respect for your humanity, without striving for an impossible perfection, focusing simply on the day at hand. Remember that ‘The just man falls seven times a day,’ and so Read More
WE’RE ALL SET! Conference set for April 27,2019 KENNEDY HIGH SCHOOL SOMERS N.Y. Speakers and workshops being planned as we speak!
St. Joan de Lestonnac was born in Bordeaux, France, in 1556. She married at the age of seventeen. The happy marriage produced four children, but her husband died suddenly in 1597. After her children were raised, she entered the Cistercian monastery at Toulouse. Joan was forced to leave the Cistercians Read More