SEAN WRIGHT

SEAN WRIGHT
June 21, 2019  |  By SEAN WRIGHT

About 18 years ago I found myself torn between ambition and apathy, wondering if I should roast Cornish game hens or make up some quick BLTs for dinner. I decided to put the question to my then twelve year-old son, DeForeest, laboring at his desk with his homework.


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April 19, 2019  |  By SEAN WRIGHT
But what about Peter?” asked my son DeForeest as we returned from the Easter Vigil Mass many years ago.
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December 7, 2018  |  By SEAN WRIGHT

“Up on the housetop, click, click, click!

Down through the chimney with Good Saint Nick!”


There is hardly a more popular saint than Nicholas, bishop of Myra, patron of Sicily, Greece, Russia and numerous cities. Within the Universal Church, in both Latin and Eastern rites, hundreds of churches bear his name. 

 


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October 19, 2018  |  By SEAN WRIGHT
Within Catholic liturgical tradition Jesus Christ is surely the Prince of Tides: Adventide, Christmastide, Passiontide, Paschaltide, Whitsuntide and Hallowtide are recognized by the church as special celebrations of redemptive grace occurring throughout the liturgical year.
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