Restoration

Restoration

May 2007

Combermere Diary (May-June 2007) — by Paulette Curran. This month two of our news items ended up being separate articles. Both of them—the hosting of the Ark of the New Covenant and the dying, death, and funeral of Rosemary Hanlon—are beautiful examples of Catholic culture....

Milestones (May-June 2007) — Recent Deaths: Therese Richaud, staff worker....

While Walking on Perrier Road — by Fr. David May. Winter, spring, summer, or fall, I love the early morning. Do you? I love the quiet at the beginning of the day, and I use that precious hour or two for prayer and then some exercise....

Surrounded by Miracles — by Reuben Morgenstern. I was very confused and mystified. I was a recent convert from Judaism, and my new Catholic friends were constantly discussing miracles. They appeared to expect the spectacular every day. Prayer seemed a shortcut to perfect health....

The Split in Modern Morality — by Pope Benedict XVI. I often hear it said that people today have a longing for God, for spirituality, for religion, and are starting once again to see the Church as a possible conversation partner from which, in this regard,...

A Surgeon’s Story — by Dr. Joe McKenna. Cancer, a dread word that can instill instant fear into the hearts of most people, continues to be a baffling challenge to the medical profession. The exact reason why a perfectly normal cell, obedient in every...

Madonna House Summer Program 2007 — Come live the Gospel this Summer with Madonna House! Come share in our Catholic communal life: daily Mass, family meals, prayer, recreation, rosary, ordinary manual labor, and seminars and teachings on a variety of topics related to our life and...

The Traveling Ark — by Paulette Curran. On March 2nd, Madonna House Combermere hosted the Ark of the New Covenant. If you are Canadian, perhaps you have heard of the Ark; if you are not Canadian, you most likely have not. The Ark of...

Standing Room Only? — by Catherine Doherty. From the day of the first Pentecost, Mary the Mother of God was loved and venerated in the Church. Although she appears from the Gospels to have spoken very little, St. Luke brought her to the forefront...

 

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