Open as PDFPrint PostOn many occasions our Lord taught us that, “the last will be first, and the first last” (Matt. 20:16 cf. 19:30; Mark 10:31; Luke 13:30). This lesson of reversal was nothing new for God’s people. Scripture is replete with stories such as Jospeh and his brothers, Moses and Pharaoh, David and Goliath,…

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Open as PDFPrint PostIt is for good reason that the death of St. Lawrence has remained a permanent fixture on the Church’s calendar ever since the third century when he was martyred on August 10. Lawrence was the chief of seven deacons of the Church, and he was appointed to keep charge over the Church’s wealth.…

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Open as PDFPrint PostThis is a picture of one of the great cathedrals of Europe, ST. Paulus-Dom in Munster, Germany. During WWII, the building was severely damaged by bombing raids. Sadly, the artwork done by Hermann tom Ring, a German renaissance painter in the middle of the 16th century, was mostly destroyed. Thankfully, however, the…

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