Category Archives: Justice

Archbishop Charles Chaput visits UVA

  We were very honored to have a visit in Charlottesville from Archbishop Charles Chaput, OFM Cap., on February 18th, as a speaker at the St. Anshelm Institute for Catholic Thought at the University of Virginia.  Archbishop Chaput gave a … Continue reading

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Cold Hard Truth — March for Life 2014

It was a cold five degrees today in Washington, D.C. for the 41st Annual March for Life, but that did not dampen the enthusiam for tens of thousands of people from across America advocating for the dignity of life from … Continue reading

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WWJD = What Would Jesus Drive

  I am a big fan of automobiles, and have always kept up with the latest innovations in the auto industry.  I have always wanted to drive an exotic supercar, but am content to motor around town in my 2005 … Continue reading

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Greater Good Technology – NEW ministry

Greater Good Technology is a new ministry developed by Catholic Web Services to help give disadvantaged people access & training in technology.  We have developed a successful pilot program here in our hometown of Charlottesville, Virginia.  Greater Good Technology’s program aims … Continue reading

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Laura Ingraham at UVA Law

Laura Ingraham came to the University of Virginia Law School as an alumnus to speak about her work and experience in law and politics from a very personal perspective.   Laura was invited by The Federalist Society for Law Public … Continue reading

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Franciscan Earth Corps – a new ministry

Franciscan Earth Corps The Franciscan Earth Corps is a new ministry for young adults (ages 18-35) fostering Franciscan Spirituality in action for social & ecological justice in caring for God’s creation.  On September 20-22, forty young people gathered at the … Continue reading

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Habitat for Humanity — Charlottesville

SUNRISE PARK Today marked the completion of six new Habitat for Humanity Homes in a wonderful rebuilt neighborhood called Sunrise Park.   This Habitat Humanity project is unique, as it is the first entire trailer park replaced in America with … Continue reading

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Fortnight for Freedom – DC

          The second annual Fortnight for Freedom concluded this July 4th to an enthusiastic and patriotic group of faithful gathered at the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in Washington, D.C.  I was … Continue reading

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One Million Bones & The Labyrinth

  “Art enables us to find ourselves and lose ourselves at the same time.” Thomas Merton ONE MILLION BONES I was witness to an amazing piece of artwork and political statement addressing genocide on Washington, D.C.’s National Mall this past … Continue reading

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Nuns on the Bus — Charlottesville

  The Nuns on the Bus stopped by Charlottesville in helping to promote the need for fair and just immigration reform in America.  Charlottesville Mayor Sandrana Huja, himself an immigrant from India, greeted the nuns and spoke of his support … Continue reading

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