20 Jun June Reflection – Michael McFarland SJ

In our prayer and reflection during Lent, sin inevitably emerges as an important theme.  It is such a pervasive reality in our own lives, both individual and communal, that we can’t do any kind of serious self-examination without acknowledging its influence....

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24 May May Reflection – Michael McFarland SJ

In our prayer and reflection during Lent, sin inevitably emerges as an important theme.  It is such a pervasive reality in our own lives, both individual and communal, that we can’t do any kind of serious self-examination without acknowledging its influence....

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19 Apr April Reflection – Michael McFarland SJ

In our prayer and reflection during Lent, sin inevitably emerges as an important theme.  It is such a pervasive reality in our own lives, both individual and communal, that we can’t do any kind of serious self-examination without acknowledging its influence....

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22 Mar March Reflection – Michael McFarland SJ

In our prayer and reflection during Lent, sin inevitably emerges as an important theme.  It is such a pervasive reality in our own lives, both individual and communal, that we can’t do any kind of serious self-examination without acknowledging its influence....

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22 Feb February Reflection – Michael McFarland SJ

Going into the desert, as Jesus did before beginning his ministry, is to step away from the busyness, distractions, comforts and security of our daily lives.  Alone in that immense, harsh landscape, without the usual protections and supports with which we normally surround ourselves, we...

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18 Jan January Reflection – Michael McFarland SJ

According to Matthew’s story, God used their human learning to lead them to the revelation of God’s saving presence in the world. This is taken as a paradigm of how God makes Himself known to all peoples and invites them to share in salvation....

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20 Nov Greg alumni Fr. Samuel Kachuba

Fr. Kachuba, currently Pastor of St. Pius X in Fairfield, Connecticut, refers to the five years he spent in Rome studying at the Pontifical Gregorian University as exceptionally impactful on his life and his priesthood. ...

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