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Pray Like The Pope

Many of us have come to know the Jesuits (more formally known as the Society of Jesus) as a religious order of priests who run many of the excellent universities across the world.  More locally, the Jesuits run Marquette University, … Continue reading

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Guest Blogger: Seminarian Michael Thiel

By now, I hope you’ve met our Teaching Parish Seminarian, Michael Thiel — if you haven’t seen him at Mass or around for a number of events.  You might have read about Michael in the bulletin — he’s a seminarian … Continue reading

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Waiting

It’s been fascinating to watch the news and read posts on social media sites the last number of weeks.  It’s amazing how much attention and interest the Catholic Church generates, even among non-Catholics.  One of the things I love about … Continue reading

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Conclave!

  Word came this morning that the Papal Conclave will begin on Tuesday, March 12th. The word conclave comes from the Latin cum clave (with key).  The Cardinals will be locked “with a key” in the Sistine Chapel to elect … Continue reading

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