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Rosary Coast to Coast

Thursday, August 23, 2018

The Clarion Call to Arms We are at war. A war without borders, where no man is exempt but where most haven’t recognized, let alone been trained, to fight. Casualties often go unseen, but very few are left unwounded. The Enemies encamped against us seek to rob us of our Dignity–the essential Dignity of the Human […]

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The Holy Names of Jesus and Mary

Tuesday, July 31, 2018

[Fr. Augustine Hilander, OP entered the Dominican Order in the Western Dominican Province in 2000. He was ordained a priest in 2008. He is chaplain to the University Medical Center in Salt Lake City, Utah.  These past few years, he has served as parochial vicar at St. Dominic’s Church, San Francisco. Fr. Augustine is also the Promoter of the Holy […]

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What would the Bl. Virgin say about the Name of Jesus?

Sunday, July 29, 2018

What would the Blessed Virgin say about the Name of Jesus? by Fr. Augustine Hilander, O.P.   The Name of Jesus was first spoken by the angel Gabriel to the Blessed Virgin Mary. His Name came down from heaven along with the promise that Jesus would be “great, the Son of the Most High, sitting on the throne […]

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INTERCESSION: AN ESSENTIAL ASPECT OF THE CHRISTIAN FAITH

Sunday, July 22, 2018

Fr. Joseph Sergott, O.P., Director – July-August 2018, Vol 71, No 4 – A Publication of the Western Dominican Province INTERCESSION: AN ESSENTIAL ASPECT OF THE CHRISTIAN FAITH by Fr. Joseph Sergott, OP Intercession is a part of everyday Christian life—but do we fully understand it? What does it mean to intercede on another’s behalf and who is capable […]

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Keeping our Sights Set on Heaven

Sunday, June 3, 2018

  Keeping our Sights Set on Heaven By Fr. Joseph Sergott, O.P. What is the ultimate goal of our life on earth? What about when our life is over? Have we thought enough about the next life? And, how do our hopes for the next life influence our life on earth? St. Paul says, “Our citizenship is in […]

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The Church’s devotion to the Blessed Virgin Mary

Sunday, May 13, 2018

By Bishop-elect Robert Christian, O.P. [Bishop-elect Robert Christian, O.P. entered the Dominican Order in the Western Dominican Province in 1970. He was ordained a priest in 1976. These past few years, he has served as Student Master of the Western Province. Bishop-elect Christian was appointed an auxiliary Bishop of San Francisco by Pope Francis on March 28, 2018. He will […]

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What would the Bl. Virgin say to the Church about being Church?

Tuesday, May 1, 2018

(Pentecost, Jean RESTOUT II, 1732) What would the Blessed Virgin say to the Church about being Church? by Bishop-elect Robert Christian, O.P. Pope Francis has decreed that henceforth the Monday after Pentecost shall be celebrated as the feast of Mary, Mother of the Church. This insertion in the liturgical calendar will remind the faithful that the Holy Spirit […]

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What Would the Blessed Virgin Say About Chastity?

Sunday, April 1, 2018

By Fr. Peter Hannah, O.P. Consider for a moment the broad array of characters in the early church: Peter; Paul; James; Stephen; Silas; Priscilla; Aquila; John Mark; Lydia; Cornelius; Timothy… Men and women of all ages and ranks. Now consider that the human being closest to Our Lord in his earthly life, she who was […]

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Of Dung, Broken Sprigs & Glory

Thursday, March 15, 2018

Of Dung, Broken Sprigs & Glory By Fr. Joseph Sergott, O.P. Human suffering may be the greatest obstacle between ourselves and God because we do not understand it. Lacking knowledge, wisdom or faith, we often make uneducated guesses, or to put it more bluntly, ignorant judgments regarding the motives and ways of the Lord. People […]

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