October 2016
 

By Fr. Pat Raleigh

Each one of us will have our own memories of the events that touched and made an impression on us this year.

 

By Fr. Warren Kinne

It is said that history has a habit of repeating itself. This seems to be so in one particular case at least. In June 1920 when Columban Frs.

 

By Fr. Maurice Foley

Who stole away those golden leaves which recently had fallen from the trees
Decorating those tired and resting fields

 

By Fr. Donal O'Keefe

Each Monday at 7:00 p.m. in Seoul, Korea, believers come to celebrate the Eucharist in Kwang Hwa Mun Plaza in the center of Seoul.

 

By Fr. Neil Magill

It is difficult for us in Myanmar (Burma) to get visas so we have to leave and go to Bangkok, Thailand, frequently to renew our visas.

 

By Sunhee Maria Kim

Prison ministry was my personal choice.

 

By Fr. Cathal Gallagher

I have often been asked, “What is the biggest change you have seen since you started working pastorally with people affected by HIV and AIDS?” I have pondered this…

 

By Louis Ybanez

My name is Louis Ybanez, and I am a Columban seminarian from the Philippines.

 

By Fr. Tim Mulroy

He's known as the white ghost! This tall, middle aged man with a fair complexion and salt-and-pepper colored hair, can be seen walking the streets of neglected…

 

By Fr. Kurt Pala

Observing the Sacraments, particularly the Holy Eucharist, is something I look forward to celebrating.

 

By Fr. Warren Kinne

I met Bishop Jin about 25 years ago on my first visit to China and dined with him in his former residence next to the Cathedral.

 

By Beth Sabado

My pilgrimage in – indeed conversion to – interreligious dialogue started even before I learned the phrase interreligious dialogue.