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Tag: sainthood

“Friends in High Places” – Homily by Fr. Cristino

This homily was preached on the titular feast of St. Bonaventure in St. Bonaventure Parish, Calgary. Solemnity of St. Bonaventure (Is. 52: 7-10; Eph. 3: 14-19; Mt. 23: 8-12) “Friends in High Places”  PDF Version

“A Vocation to Weakness?” – Homily by Fr. Cristino

This homily was preached at St. Thomas More Parish, Calgary, during a vocation promotions weekend.  14th Sunday of Ordinary Time (2 Cor. 12: 7-10) “A Vocation to Weakness?” PDF Version

St. Francis de Sales – January 24th

St. Francis de Sales – Bishop, Doctor of the Church – Feast Day:  January 24 Born:  August 21, 1567 in the Chateau de Sales, Duchy of Savoy, France Died:  December 28, 1622 at the age of 55 in Lyons, France Canonized April 8, 1665 Declared Doctor of the Church by Pope Pius IX November 16, 1877… Read More ›

“All That NFP Can Achieve (and not just avoid…)” – Talk by Fr. Cristino

Natural Family Planning is becoming an increasingly familiar topic in contemporary Catholic circles. While it sadly remains so frequently confused with a form of implicit “Catholic Contraception”, it is fundamentally different. Furthermore, though it can be employed with the explicit end of spacing births, there is also much which can be acquired through its practice…. Read More ›