Paulist Profiles

May 27, 2015

Editor’s note: The Feast of Corpus Christi is June 7.

 

Servant of God, Father Isaac Hecker wrote:

May 25, 2015
Old St. Mary's Church is Chicago's oldest parish, but it took a big step toward the future this month when it broke ground on a state-of-the-art parish center that will allow the parish to "reach out with love to the entire community."
May 18, 2015

Servant of God, Father Isaac Hecker writes:

A saint is all through and all over “heroic.” The saint alone is truly free, his actions are eternal and his life universal. There is no exercise of “heroic virtue” without insurmountable obstacles. Heroism that involves suffering surpasses all other forms of heroism.

May 18, 2015
Meet Father Joe Scott, CSP, a participant in “Conversations with Neighborhood Clergy,” an opportunity for people of different faiths in Los Angeles’ Westwood neighborhood to get to know one another and their respective religions.
May 11, 2015

From serving as a volunteer chaplain at the UCLA Olympic Village to film production and teaching, Father Frank Desiderio, CSP has a multitude of experiences during his 33-year priesthood.

May 11, 2015
Meet the five Paulists celebrating their 25th and 50th anniversary of ordination in 2015. These dedicated men – Father George Fitzgerald, Father Joachim Lally, Father Charles Martin, Father John Ardis and Father Marcos Zamora – total a combined 200 years of service to the Church. Congratulations!
May 4, 2015

Father Hecker wrote:

May 4, 2015
The month of May is traditionally devoted to Mary in the Church calendar. In his reflection, Father Bruce Nieli, CSP, explores the significance of Mary in Paulist spirituality and as a pioneer and example of our Catholic Christianity. Mary “is the model of the Spirit-filled disciple of Jesus,” Father Nieli writes.
April 28, 2015

Lack of hope

 

Servant of God Isaac Hecker wrote:

April 27, 2015
Catch up with Paulist students Matthew Berrios, CSP, and Stuart Wilson-Smith, CSP, who are serving in Paulist faith communities during their pastoral year experiences. See what they’ve been up to!