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Saturday Vigil Mass:  4:00 PM

Sunday Masses:  7:45 AM,  9:30 AM,  11:00 AM (Spanish)

Weekday Masses:  8:00 AM

THE CHRISTIAN LIFE IN THE MODERN WORLD


ALL OR NOTHING

"YE SHALL BE GODS AS GODS" said the serpent 

 

Whitaker Chambers called it the second oldest religion in the world. It has always proved popular. In his time, it took the form of communism. But the tempter is not so stupid as to appear in the same guise always; even human beings eventually get the idea that certain “moral mushrooms” will kill them, and they may even remember it for a few generations. In the meantime, the tempter must peddle something else, must appear as someone else...

 

Crisis Magazine

Anthony Esolen

WRONG PLACE,

WRONG TIME

Fear of Being in the Wrong Place at the Wrong Time


I grew up near Los Angeles and now I live in Washington, D.C. So I have had my fair share of city experiences. 


Last year, I was on the Washington metro with a friend when a fight broke out, and we were caught in the middle. I’ve been on a train where two men have threatened to rape a friend sitting next to me. Most recently, I have been screamed at by a stranger as she threatened to shoot me...


Crisis Magazine

by Renee Rasmussen

GOD & TRUTH

Those who deny the truth should not imagine their actions immune to judgment

 

By the time his soul was returned to God ten years ago last month, Christopher Hitchens, who did not of course believe in God — or the soul — had managed to scarify a fair number of people with his slashing attacks on faith and religion. Some quite famous people, in fact.

 

For instance, Mother Teresa of Calcutta, whom he regarded as a pious fraud; indeed, going so far as to write an entire book, dripping with disdain, for his subject. Or the late Pope St. John Paul II, whom Hitchens regarded as positively senile...

 

National Catholic Register
Regis Martin

CTK CALENDAR


21

JANUARY

ST. AGNES

Friday

Memorial of Saint Agnes, Virgin and Martyr


22

JANUARY

PRAYER FOR LIFE

Saturday

Day of Prayer for the Legal Protection of Unborn Children

 

Mass Readings for this day


24

JANUARY

ST. FRANCIS DE SALES

Monday

Memorial of Saint Francis de Sales, Bishop and Doctor of the Church


25

JANUARY

ST. PAUL

Tuesday

Feast of the Conversion of Saint Paul, Apostle


26

JANUARY

STS. TIMOTHY & TITUS

Wednesday

Memorial of Saints Timothy and Titus, Bishops


28

JANUARY

ST. THOMAS AQUINAS

Friday

Memorial of Saint Thomas Aquinas, Priest and Doctor of the Church