Padre Whiskey’s Cause for Sainthood

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The following column was written by The Christophers’ Jerry Costello: Father Joseph Walijewski was a veteran of South American mission work, arriving there from Wisconsin in 1956 to start a parish in Bolivia. After a few years he returned home for a short time, but came back to Peru in 1971 and then founded the [Read More...]

Meet the Businessman Who Showed Kindness to Autistic Girl on Plane

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A blog post by Shanell Mouland titled “Dear Daddy in Seat 16C” went viral recently. Mouland felt nervous about who would wind up sitting next to her three-year-old daughter Kate during their flight from Orlando, Florida, back home to Canada. The reason? Kate has autism and could have meltdowns. When a businessman carrying papers sat [Read More...]

VIDEO: Father Jonathan Morris on the Challenge of Forgiveness

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In this week’s reflection, Father Jonathan Morris shares his thoughts on forgiveness, one of the most challenging calls of the Christian life. We come up with a myriad of excuses for not forgiving others who have wronged us. Yet God gave us His only Son so that we might be redeemed and forgiven. If He [Read More...]

Pregnant Teen Finds Hope and Healing: A Look at the Movie “Gimme Shelter”

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“Last time I asked for God’s help, He put me here,” 16-year-old Apple Bailey angrily tells the priest visiting her in the hospital following a car accident. “Perhaps you’re exactly where you’re meant to be,” the priest responds. That exchange in the movie “Gimme Shelter” (in wide release on January 24) eventually leads to an [Read More...]


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