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This issue features an article on Aid to the Church in Need, articles, writings, and sermons by contemporary and classic authors. It also has announcements of upcoming events and news and notes for our combined congregation and community.

This issue includes:

  • “For Those Who Suffer on Account of the Cross of Christ” by John Pontifex, press officer for Aid to the Church in Need
  • “Why Are We Here?,”  a sermon preached by Timothy Cardinal Dolan, Archbishop of New York, at the Mass of the Vigil for Life, January 18, 2018
  • “You Have to Have Peter” by Pope Leo the Great
  • “A Mutual Relationship,” an excerpt from School for Prayer by Archbishop Anthony Bloom
  • “The Love of God for Souls,” a sermon preached by Father Bradford
  • “Goodness Gives Itself Away” by Bishop Robert Barron
  • “The issue Does Not Go Away,” an article by Monsignor William M. Helmick