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Junipero Serra

Blessed Junipero Serra

Today, Pope Francis will canonize Blessed Junipero Serra, the Franciscan missionary, originally from Spain, who brought the Gospel to the indigenous people of Mexico and the area we now know […]


Saint Monica and Saint Augustine

On August 27 and 28 the Church celebrates two towering figures from the early centuries of the Church, Saint Monica and her son, Saint Augustine. The lives of the mother […]

The Martyrs of Daimiel

The Martyrs of Daimiel: Faith – Courage – Forgiveness Mexico in the early 20th century was the scene of much anti-Church legislation and sometimes of active persecution. In the midst […]

run so as to win

Run so as to Win

Run so as to win! This familiar exhortation from First Corinthians likens the spiritual life to an athletic contest. Especially, during Lent, the Church presents us with a program to […]


Haiti 5th Anniversary of Earthquake

On the vigil of the earthquake at 7 pm, January 11, we celebrated a candle light mass at the St. Damien chapel. It was a peaceful and serious beginning of […]

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