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"Do everything for the glory of God."

(1 Corinthians 10:31)

Vocations

Almighty and eternal God, in Your plan for our salvation You provide priests as shepherds for Your people.  Inspire men to answer Your call to become priests, because “the harvest is great but the laborers are few.”  Grant Your Church an increase of priests and keep them faithful in their love and service to You

Mary, Our Mother and Our Example

During the month of May, we turn at least a part of our spiritual attention to focus on the Mother of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, the Blessed Virgin Mary.  During this month we sing hymns in honor of the Mother of God, some parishes will hold special Marian Devotions, others will have a

He Saw and Believed

After our time in proceeding through the season of Lent seeking to unburden ourselves of sin and growing closer to the Passion, Suffering and Death of our Lord, we now come to the joyous celebration of the Resurrection, Jesus rising from the dead and rising to life again.  In our Gospel on Easter morning we

Lenten Renewal

As we now find ourselves halfway through this Lenten season it is my prayer that all of us, as faithful Polish National Catholics, have integrated the spiritual disciplines of increased prayer, increased fasting, and increased giving into our daily living.  But as we perform these acts of spiritual discipline, we must also concern ourselves with

Reflect, then Act

We presently find ourselves within the short liturgical season of Pre-Lent, and we are looking forward to the time of Great Lent that is to come, as well as examining our lives keeping in mind the call of the disciples that we just experienced in the past Ordinary Time season.  Ash Wednesday this year will

New Year Comes Flying

As we begin the year 2022, we do so with a little trepidation, but also much hope.  I suppose that this is true for each and every year, but it is especially true now after all that we have been through in the past two years of pandemic, significant difficulties and great change to our

A Child is Born for Us, A Son is Given Us

“The people who walked in darkness have seen a great light; those who lived in a land of deep darkness on them light has shined.  You have multiplied the nation, You have increased its joy; they rejoiced before You as with joy at the harvest, as people exult when dividing plunder.  For the yoke of

Prepare the Way of the Lord

As we now find ourselves in a new liturgical year and in the time of late November and early December, we have entered the season of Advent, a season of waiting and preparation for the Nativity of Christ.  I am always a little dismayed during this time of year because our secular culture has really

Christian Family

On the second Sunday in the month of October, the Polish National Catholic Church pauses during the cycle of the Ordinary Time Sunday readings to celebrate the Solemnity of the Christian Family.  This Solemnity began with the Third General Synod of the Polish National Catholic Church in 1914 when Bishop Hodur and the Synod delegates

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