Monday 22 August 2016
Father Terrance W. Klein, America magazine – a reflection on the Mass readings for the 21st Sunday in Ordinary time.
I’D START with stracciatella. It’s such a fun word to pronounce, and what’s there to explain? Other than to say, ‘It’s chocolate chip.’ Of course, they’d want to know how that was different from, the similar looking, bacio, and I’d explain that it was made with the famous chocolates from Perugia. Over here was cioccolato al arancia, dark chocolate with orange flavoring. Of course pistacchio was pistachio. Where’d they think we got it from? Niocciola was hazelnut, all by itself.
Monday 20 June 2016
In this video, a priest talks about how sculpture prepared him for ministry.
Thursday 2 June 2016
THE IMAGE of the Sacred Heart of Jesus is one of the most common images associated with Catholicism. Numerous Catholic churches and schools are named after the Sacred Heart and many churches contain an image or statue of the Sacred Heart.