Tag: September 2011
September 30th 2011 ~ The way of life has often interesting turns along our personal paths. In fact, many paths may come to the truth of the universe through the encounter with secular productions of entertainment; yet these productions have the ability to make us ask the big questions of life. Perhaps it’s literature, a film, or a painting, whatever the means, listen to this story from Bishop Conley, the apostolic administrator for the Archdiocese of Denver, as he encounters the big questions of life through the writings of history at KU.
September 27th 2011 ~ We are all here for a reason. An Irishman reflects on his life and experiences of the living lord today on OneBillionStories.com. Perhaps you have a story that you would like to share via text rather than video? If so, e-mail you story to email@example.com to publish on the OBS blog, some pictures to accompany the story would be great too! Blessings to the ‘digital continent’ on this Tuesday.
September 26th 2011 ~ A seminarian from Minnesota shares a piece of his seminarian experience over in Europe. Have you heard of St. Maximilian Kolbe? If not, listen to this story, and then look him up on www.Vatican.va for more information on his courageous life and story. We all have story, be not afraid to shares your story just like this seminarian and St. Maximilian Kolbe. “We are the Easter people, and Hallelujah is our song!” – Blessed John Paul II
September 25th 2011 ~ Our Day of Rest on the sabbath from Colorado Springs, Colorado. Where will you got to Mass today?
September 24th 2011 ~ Another religious order comes on to One Billion Stories!
September 23rd 2011 ~ The power of community in a Christ-centered arena draws home Christians to Christ’s Church. Let’s go Buffaloes….
September 22nd 2011 ~ Steve treks onward in to Spain! Listen to his blog update today from the Camino de Santiago. If you like his footage and story, e-mail or post to your family and friends using the buttons at the bottom of the screen.
September 21st 2011 ~ What is the trick, how does a Catholic Church at a secular university gather 300 students at daily Mass and 5,000 students at Sunday Mass? Listen to the past, present, and future dreams of St. Mary’s Catholic Church at Texas A&M from Marcel, the assistant campus minister. Have a high schooler who is ready for college, and wants a strong Catholic community while at university, click below to learn more about St. Mary’s in College Station.
September 19th 2011 ~ The bike pilgrimage continues on Catholic TV from Boston, Massachusetts. Share with your family and friends.
September 18th 2011 ~ Our Day of Rest from Spain!