Monthly Archives: April 2015

Faith Seeking Understanding

St. Anselm of Canterbury (1033-1109) was a Benedictine monk who later became the Archbishop of Canterbury. He was born in Aosta (a city in Italy), in the kingdom of Arles to a wealthy family with an aristocratic lineage. At the … Continue reading

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St. George’s Day

Today, April 23rd, is St. George’s day. St. George was/is the patron saint of England.  His  emblem is  a red cross on a white background. It is also the flag of England and is part of the Union Jack, the … Continue reading

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Easter Living

So Easter has come and gone for another year. Most of us have Easter traditions that we observe year by year. An example of this may be  a ham or turkey dinner with all the fixings — you can add … Continue reading

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Maundy Thursday

Today is Maundy Thursday. When I mention this to some people they seem confused, asking me what do I mean, Monday or Thursday. It most certainly is not a reference to Monday, but rather to the night that Jesus observed … Continue reading

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