Tag Archives: Charity

Warriors to Lourdes (Full Documentary)

♪ [sad music] ♪ -There is a saying that in war, there are no unwounded soldiers. There is no way that any of our warriors can go through combat without damage. -There is a recognition, that no matter how righteous any particular combat may be, it still has a damaging effect on the soul. -The… Read More »

Humanitarian Respite Center on the Border | Catholic Extension

(contemplative guitar music plays) – [Cardinal Cupich] The story of our salvation in Jesus begins with a story of refugees. The Holy Family were refugees. It’s at the core of who we are to make sure that those who are on a journey are protected by the church and that we advocate on their behalf.… Read More »

Daily Living 25 August 2019 (Luke 13:22-30)

♪♪ ♪♪ ♪♪ ♪♪ ♪♪ ♪♪ ♪♪>>Welcome to “Daily Living with Fr. Chapin.” Show is running a bit long, so what do you say we jump right on into it? We are hearing from the Gospel of Luke. “Jesus passed through towns and villages, teaching as he went and making his way to Jerusalem. Someone… Read More »

Authentic Catholic Masculinity | Fr. Burke

– I’m Father Burke Masters, talking about authentic Catholic masculinity. (upbeat music) I’ll start with a story. I’ve come to know Mike Sweeney well, who played in the major leagues for the Kansas City Royals. And I was staying with he and his family, and at the end of dinner his 10 year old daughter… Read More »

“Economy with a Truly Human Purpose” (Pope Francis): Is it Possible?

[CAROZZA] Good morning and welcome. My name is Paolo Carozza, I’m the Director of the Kellogg Institute for International Studies at the University of Notre Dame. It’s a great pleasure to be here. Thank you to the New York Encounter for hosting us. It’s also a privilege for me as Director of the Kellogg Institute… Read More »

Newcastle University Student Work In The Community

At Newcastle University we have about 27,000 students. They come from all parts of the United Kingdom and indeed 120 different countries in the world. They come together in this great city, to make this city their home for up to 3 or 4 years. During that time many of them volunteer, take part in… Read More »

Father Fredy Angel | Catholic Extension

– [Narrator] In 1981 Monsignor John Cassidy was recognized by Catholic Extension for evangelizing in poor and isolated communities in rural Georgia. Known as the trailer priest he traveled throughout Georgia with his Queen of the Apostles motor chapel trailer. Among the parishes he founded was the African American Catholic community of Queen of Peace… Read More »