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Hilarity and the Pursuit of Happiness | A Minute with a Monk

I was checking my list of new connections on Twitter, and bumped into this hilarious skit performed by two monks. In exploring the pursuit of Happiness, two monks act, fake tears, and even include Meryl Streep! Even if life can be tough sometimes… it’s an amazing gift. So let’s help one another to live it better! This is a new channel, and if everything works, each Friday there will be a little thing like that. (We’ll cover a question a month, and present four videos to try to approach the answer…) What makes it so fun and personal is...

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Heroic Priesthood: Fr Barron on its Mission, Optimism and Purpose

Holiness is heroism. Christ’s invitation to priesthood is an invitation to a way of life that is athletic in its intensity and heroic in its form. It’s just over 10 minutes long, and helps refocus the discussion on clergy, reminding us that it’s a new era with new vocations, inspired to bring Christ into the world by living Him in all activities. Like basketball, and sports in general, priesthood is teamwork, hard, grueling and utterly inspiring. “A good player listens to his coach and other players… the same in the Church.” “The priest’s humanity should be a bridge to...

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Sunday’s Gospel: The Healed Leper | 5th Sunday in Ordinary Time (Mark 1)

Dominic The Gospel reading for the 6th Sunday in Ordinary Time: St. Mark the Evangelist focuses on Christ’s healing of an individual leper, and the command that the miracle remain secret. Unable to restrain himself, the leper proclaimed the advent of God to Israel, forcing Jesus to withdraw into ‘lonely places’ for the sake of his Mission. St. Mark the Evangelist On leaving the synagogue, Jesus entered the house of Simon and Andrew with James and John. Simon’s mother-in-law lay sick with a fever. They immediately told him about her. He approached, grasped her hand, and helped her up....

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