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Bishop details ‘life of heroic virtue’ in cause of Father Augustus Tolton

Brian T. Olszewski, The Catholic Virginian In Lk 13:22-30, the Gospel for Sunday, Aug. 25, Jesus spoke about the need to enter through the narrow gate. During his homily at the Mass he celebrated in a packed St. Elizabeth Church, Richmond, Auxiliary Bishop Joseph N. Perry of the Archdiocese of Chicago told the

By |2019-09-13T18:08:36-04:00September 13th, 2019|Featured|Comments Off on Bishop details ‘life of heroic virtue’ in cause of Father Augustus Tolton

Celebrate Father Augustus Tolton

Today we celebrate the life of Father Augustus Tolton, who was born into slavery just outside of Hannibal in Ralls County, Missouri in 1854. He would go on to become the first recognized African-American priest to be ordained by the Roman Catholic Church in the United States in 1886 at the age of 31. #AmericanHistory

By |2019-09-13T18:09:07-04:00September 2nd, 2019|Catholic News, Uncategorized|Comments Off on Celebrate Father Augustus Tolton

Anne Holton Interim GMU President

Anne Holton, a former Virginia education secretary and a lawyer with Ivy League degrees, will become interim president of George Mason University in August as the school’s current leader prepares to leave for a new position.Last week, George Mason’s president for the past seven years, Ángel Cabrera, was named president of Georgia Tech. Cabrera is

By |2019-09-13T18:09:34-04:00January 19th, 2016|Parish News|Comments Off on Anne Holton Interim GMU President

The Saints Were People Too

Sinners can be saints, and saints are sinners. Sometimes we forget that the saints were people just like us. They had the same weaknesses and temptations we have today, but conquered all of them for God. Despite the lack of superhuman powers, these spiritual titans often receive superior abilities from God to carry out

By |2019-09-13T18:10:04-04:00January 19th, 2016|Catholic News|Comments Off on The Saints Were People Too
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