Priesthood

Buy a Priest a Beer Day is September 9th—Here’s How to Celebrate

Thank God for beer and burgundy by not drinking too much of them. – G.K. Chesterton, Orthodoxy With International Buy a Priest a Beer Day quickly approaching (September 9th), I’ve been thinking about the Catholic art of drinking. There’s no formal rules to drinking doctrinally found, but St. Paul does tell us to avoid “drinking …

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A Priest for Just Twenty-Five Days, Father Michal Los Passes Away

WARSAW – Following a terminal cancer diagnosis, Father Michal Los, FDP, passed away on June 17, 2019. He was a priest for just twenty-five days. “We believe that he met with the Risen Christ whom he so desperately wanted to serve as a priest. Thank you for all your prayers and support,” the Polish Province …

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What Are the Laity to Do in the Wake of the Cardinal McCarrick Scandal?

      One would be hard pressed to be Catholic in America and not be at least slightly aware of the enormous scandal that is being uncovered regarding recently degraded Cardinal Theodore McCarrick. There are as many articles and opinions and letters from Bishops  that have made their way to Catholic and secular media …

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Father Stephen Gadberry: Priest, Personal Trainer, and Ninja Warrior

Father Stephen Gadberry is a Catholic priest, parish administrator, physical trainer, and an aspiring ninja warrior. Born and raised in Arkansas, Father Gadberry is one of five children. His Catholic faith has always played a key role in his life, helping him through the loss of his father and older sister to a car accident …

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