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  • Lenten Foods: Japanese Tempura
    Post by Deacon Marques Silva, 3/17/2014

    “"Some have suggested that the word tempura comes from the Latin Quatuor Tempora ("four times"), a name for the Ember Days, penitential days marking the changing of the seasons. The tradition of abstaining from meat on those days each quarter was brought to Japan by Spanish and Portuguese missionaries. When this European Christian tradition met a Japanese culinary tradition, a deep-fried seafood and vegetable dish was born: tempura!"[1] ... ”

  • If By The Spirit...
    Post by Rev. Paul Scalia, 3/14/2014

    “Self-denial is not foreign to the world. It is not original or exclusive to Catholics. Granted, the indulgence of our culture might obscure this fact. Most people do seem to go about seeking to satisfy their appetites, and more. The world’s dominant message is not self-restraint but self-indulgence. Nevertheless, even in the midst of all this we do find some self-denial. ... ”

  • What Can Sisters Do For You?
    Post by Sr. Clare Hunter, 3/13/2014

    “In God’s providence, I am spending National Catholic Sisters Week (March 9-16) in Lowell, Michigan, at the Franciscan Life Process Center. I am with a group of college students and staff from Marymount University on their Spring Break service trip. Hence a trip to snowy Michigan, where the low last night was negative one, to work and pray with 14 Sisters from my Community, the Franciscan Sisters of the Eucharist. ... ”

  • Let?s hear it for the nuns
    Post by Natalie Plumb, 3/10/2014

    “This week marks the week when we celebrate our sisters in Christ: National Catholic Sisters Week. ... ”

  • Ridicule Replaces Reason in Religious Liberty Debates
    Post by Laurie Higgins, 3/6/2014

    “"Swallowing half an hour before closing time that second dose of soma had raised ... ”

  • Evangelism Should Be Like Dunkin? Donuts?
    Post by Deacon Marques Silva, 2/24/2014

    “About once to twice a week I go by Dunkin’ Donuts and pick up a cup of coffee before work. I have a few options, but I always choose the one that is in the opposite direction of my office, adding an extra ten minutes to my commute time on purpose. ... ”

  • The Slavery of Abortion and the Myth of Affordability
    Post by Deacon Marques Silva, 1/31/2014

    “By: Deacon Marques Silva ... ”

  • A Facebook Education
    Post by Sr. Clare Hunter, 12/11/2013

    “I’ll confess, though not a devout Facebook user, I have it, and I learn from it. A scan of the news feed shows me pictures and news of friends (um, real ones) and family, articles on faith, recipes, videos, and world news. My “friends” happen to give me a lot of information about the Arlington Diocese, life issues, sexuality, and Pope Francis. Overall, it has become my go-to place to get a quick view of what is going on. I can see why they don’t have options to click “dislike,” or “pathetic,” or “this is sick.” I suppose I could put that in the comment section, but that would be a lot of work, and un-Sisterly. For the most part, my “friends” are quite tame as far as information goes, but I have run across a fair share of links that pose the question: “how much crazier are things going to get?” There is some whacked stuff out there! In the spirit of generosity, I thought I should share a few. Feel free to reassure me that I am not completely insane. ... ”

  • Pillar and Bulwark
    Post by Rev. Paul Scalia, 11/22/2013

    “As we conclude the Year of Faith this Sunday, we do well to recall Pope Benedict's hope that the year would lead to a greater appreciation of faith's two essential components: the act of faith and the content of faith: ... ”

  • Would-Be Low Power FM Radio Broadcasters Applicants Await Word on Deadline for Filing FCC Form 318
    Filing period began while government was closed - Post by Stu Nolan, 10/18/2013

    “Last night the FCC released a Public Notice that shifted many deadlines until November 4. The Public Notice did not address the LPFM Filing Window directly, and so technically the window is currently open and the deadline for submitting applications remains 6 PM on October 29. ... ”

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