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Man’s best friend loses a friend

posted by deacon greg kandra

Animal lovers everywhere have lost a special soul: the founding abbot of The Monks of New Skete, Father Laurence Mancuso has passed away, from complications of injuries suffered in a fall. He was 72. The fabled Monks of New Skete […]

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That blogger from Beantown

posted by deacon greg kandra

One of my favorite archbishops, Cardinal Sean O’Malley, has been blogging for a while now. Friday, he took it upon himself to blog about his meeting with Pope Benedict, where he and several others were briefed on the motu proprio, […]

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Annullment: “Like being stretched between two galloping horses”

posted by deacon greg kandra

Most Catholics probably know someone who has been through the agony of annullment. It’s not pretty. But it’s not supposed to be. Marriage is serious business — a sacrament — and ending one takes serious thought, effort and no small […]

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A career that’s second-to-nun

posted by deacon greg kandra

My wife was taught by Holy Cross Sisters down in Maryland, and we get a lot of e-mails from them. The e-mail we received yesterday struck me as both important — and savvy. Here’s part of it: The Holy Cross […]

“The way it goes in America”

posted by deacon greg kandra

As we get ready to celebrate another 4th of July, another Independence Day, Peggy Noonan has offered us a reminder of what it means to be an American, and it involves a story about Brooklyn and a priest: I was […]

The pope is a-Pauled

posted by deacon greg kandra

As reported a couple of weeks back, Pope Benedict today made it official: next year will begin a special jubilee year in honor of St. Paul: The pope said the Pauline year will run from June 28, 2008, to June […]

Let it pour

posted by Deacon Greg Kandra

We had a fierce storm in New York City last night that did a very good job of flooding some roads and knocking out some power in pockets around town. So it is with a little irony, and a lot […]

Set your TiVow

posted by deacon greg kandra

I’ve spent most of my adult life working in television. It never ceases to amaze me what TV executives think people want to watch. And when I saw this story pop up, I was surprised all over again: there’s a […]

Homily for July 1, 2007: 13th Sunday in Ordinary Time

posted by deacon greg kandra

This is the time of year when a lot of us are planning vacations. But I don’t think any of us have taken a trip like the one Miles Hilton-Barber took. Three months ago, this 58-year-old father of three flew […]

Is the world going to Potter?

posted by deacon greg kandra

Among Catholics, probably the only subject likely to stir up more debate and inflame more passions than the liberalization of the Tridentine Rite is Harry Potter. Ask any Catholic parent what they think of him, and the series of books […]

What did you do for your marriage today?

posted by deacon greg kandra

The USCCB is about to unveil something exciting: an interactive web site and public service ads that are designed to help make marriages stronger. One of the guiding forces behind this is Archbishop Charles Chaput of Denver, who chairs the […]

Colbert hops on the Tony Blair bandwagon

posted by Deacon Greg Kandra

A huge hat tip to Diane at The Word, for bringing this little bit of mirth to my attention. “Those things are harder than they look.” Heh.

The cardinal-journalist?

posted by deacon greg kandra

It looks like Archbishop John Foley is destined to get his red hat. The 71-year-old Foley has been head of the Pontifical Council for Social Communications since 1984, and he is probably (to my knowledge, at least) the only high-ranking […]

And then there were nuns

posted by deacon greg kandra

Amy Welborn has turned a spotlight on a relativley new order of Benedictine nuns — founded just 12 years ago — who are defying the odds and actually thriving. According to the Catholic Key diocesan paper in Kansas City: “Oh, […]

Running the gamut from “Abba” to “zuccheto”

posted by deacon greg kandra

Finally, someone has devised a handbook for the ordinary Catholic who doesn’t speak Latin, or Hebrew, or Italian — but keeps tripping over foreign phrases that pop up routinely in mass or in conversation. According to the Catholic News Service, […]

Suffer the little children

posted by deacon greg kandra

As I mentioned elsewhere, I’ll be baptizing my first batch of babies this Sunday. There will be 10, including one set of twins. My wife has generously offered to give me a hand (as “minister of the towel,” among other […]

Clinton and Bush: two very different Methodists

posted by Deacon Greg Kandra

I normally don’t want to stray too far afield of our Catholic faith here, but I found this item in the Washington Post quite interesting, on a number of fronts. First, it was written (separately) by the legendary Carl Bernstein […]

“Trying to turn around the Titanic…”

posted by Deacon Greg Kandra

My cyber pal The Anchoress has sent out a plea for prayers. At one time or another, we’ve all been in that place — a place of desperation and dread. Characteristically, The Anchoress is not asking us to pray for […]

“I fled Him, down the arches of the years…”

posted by deacon greg kandra

That Happy Catholic, Julie, has posted a wondrous meditation on conversion, quoting among others, the papal preacher, who says: I was reading recently the story of the famous convert of the 19th century, Hermann Cohen,* a brilliant musician, idolized as […]

Philadelphia, here I come

posted by deacon greg kandra

I’m sure this will make Rocco’s heart leap. Those of us who are just a short train ride away will be joining him in the City of Brotherly Love to share the joy — and be a little indulgent: The […]

Does God Google?

posted by deacon greg kandra

The Marist Brothers, like so many religious orders, have been seeing their enrollment plummet, so they decided to try something both creative and catholic (small c). They asked themselves: WWJD? And they found their answer on the computer screen: The […]

The lure of Medjugorje

posted by deacon greg kandra

Well, the papal preacher isn’t visiting Medjugorje, but a lot of other people are. This morning’s Washington Post has an overview of where modern pilgrims are headed –and why. And one of their leading destinations is that little town in […]

Is VOTF going pffft?

posted by deacon greg kandra

That seems to be the gist of this piece in the New York Times from over the weekend. The controversial lay group, Voice of the Faithful, blossomed amid all the, um, fertilizer that piled up during the priest sex scandals […]

Giving television a saintly Sheen

posted by deacon greg kandra

Not too long ago, they ripped up the old carpeting in the pulpit of my parish church in Queens. The rug was almost threadbare, and the workers determined it must have been the original stuff, put down in the early […]

Consider yourself warned

posted by Deacon Greg Kandra

Cover your children’s eyes. I’m told: this rating was determined based on the presence of the following words: sex (2x) steal (1x) Gasp.

Advice for priests, deacons and handball players: know how to serve

posted by deacon greg kandra

This newly ordained priest, from the Diocese of Rockville Center (Long Island), has an interesting tale to tell. At one time Fr. Joseph Fitzgerald was an Olympic athlete, playing handball: Father Fitzgerald participated in the World Cup and the Pan […]

Best vocations video. Ever.

posted by Deacon Greg Kandra

Last year, I had the good fortune to see this video, and someone has finally posted it on YouTube. It’s called “Fishers of Men,” and it’s a stirring and brilliantly produced vocations video from the USCCB. You can order copies […]

And every one of them wants to sit in the last pew

posted by deacon greg kandra

Catholic America got a little bigger last year, according to USA Today. The official Catholic Directory, due out this week, counts just over 64 million of us. Give or take: There are probably “ghosts” in the lists, says demographer Mary […]

The reason Blair may be about “to pope”? Cherie

posted by deacon greg kandra

Another week, another flood of articles about Tony Blair’s supposedly imminent conversion. This one, from the Irish Independent, offers some insight into the guiding force behind this tidal pull across the Tiber — Blair’s wife: Cherie, as is well known, […]

Winning the Catholic vote

posted by deacon greg kandra

What does it take to win the Catholic vote? According to the U.S. News & World Report, the Democrats are working on that question even as I type. A Roman Catholic nun who leads a social justice advocacy group called […]

Homily for a baptism

posted by deacon greg kandra

Since it’s the feast of the nativity of John the Baptist, some thoughts on baptism seem in order. I’ll be performing my first baptisms next Sunday. Here’s a draft of my homily. — “Jesus came from Nazareth of Galilee and […]

Blair and Benedict: conversing about conversion?

posted by deacon greg kandra

Over at Open Book, Amy has posted an intriguing picture of Tony Blair and Pope Benedict, from their meeting today. The Prime Minister presented the pontiff with a series of pictures of…John Henry Newman. A curious choice, you say? The […]

Deacons: at the front lines of faith

posted by deacon greg kandra

From the land of Joseph Smith and Mitt Romney comes this nice piece on the diaconate: Amid all the distress among American Catholics over the shrinking number of priests, one bright fact stands out: Nowhere in the world have Catholic […]

Rudy Giuliani’s consultant: “Priest F”

posted by Deacon Greg Kandra

The folks over at Salon have unearthed some interesting stuff about one of the people on Rudy Giuliani’s staff: a monsignor accused of child sex abuse: Giuliani employs his childhood friend Monsignor Alan Placa as a consultant at Giuliani Partners […]

Tony Blair, doing warm up laps as he prepares to swim the Tiber

posted by Deacon Greg Kandra

More word circulating today that the prime minister is about to take the plunge. According to informed sources, Mr Blair has been readied for this milestone in his spiritual life by a Royal Air Force chaplain, Father John Walsh, who […]

‘Tis a gift

posted by deacon greg kandra

A few spoilsports are tsk-tsk-ing about President Bush’s recent gift to Pope Benedict: a walking stick engraved with the 10 Commandments. Some are taking issue with the fact that the version presented to the pontiff isn’t the Catholic version — […]

Colbert: Let’s salute Mr. Wizard…and God

posted by Deacon Greg Kandra

Thanks to The Word, a.k.a Catholic Colbert, we have this priceless bit of whimsy from earlier in the week. Who better to bridge the gap between faith and science than Mr. Wizard…or Stephen Colbert?

A whopping 60 — yes, 60 — deacons ordained in Santa Barbara

posted by deacon greg kandra

And the ordination was so huge, it had to be held in a stadium: The ordination of 60 men to the Permanent Diaconate at Santa Barbara City College’s La Playa Stadium represented the largest single group of deacons ordained at […]

“Evan Almighty”: the reviews are in

posted by deacon greg kandra

At best, they were mixed. Some excerpts below. The Christian media liked it. The mainstream media, not so much. — In “Evan Almighty,” Mr. God goes to Washington. Frank Capra, stop rolling in your grave. At least they cared enough […]

My nominee for ugliest tabernacle

posted by deacon greg kandra

Periodically, I’ve noticed that other Catholic websites have given a Bronx cheer or two to the modern tabernacle. (The good folks over at Holy Whapping are giving a whapping to a few right now.) Most of these boxes are, if […]

The Body of Christ…and the body politic

posted by deacon greg kandra

The Associated Press has been sniffing around and smells a trend: bishops who are becoming impatient, or even angry, with pro-choice (that is, pro-abortion) Catholic politicians. A few bishops, who are supposed to be on a private retreat this week […]

What a pan we have in Jesus

posted by deacon greg kandra

Every now and then it pays to wander over to Ironic Catholic. Today is one of those days. I found this remarkable kitchen tool over there, and now it’s solved all of my what-should-I-get-that-special-couple-for-a-wedding-gift problems. Yes, as you can tell: […]

What all the hip hop Catholics are wearing

posted by deacon greg kandra

Some canny Catholics have decided that the New Evangelization needs a tee shirt. Or two or three. Two web sites, Catholic Posters and Romantic Catholic have started marketing apparel that is funky and fun — and faithful. And it’s aimed […]

The joy of silence

posted by Deacon Greg Kandra

Unfortunately, I missed this movie during its sell-out engagement in New York City, but those who saw Into Great Silence reported being moved and awestruck by the sheer simplicity and beauty of it. The film chronicles the austere life inside […]

The longest day of the year

posted by deacon greg kandra

“In two weeks it’ll be the longest day in the year… Do you always watch for the longest day of the year and then miss it? I always watch for the longest day in the year and then miss it.” […]

“I will give to you a new heart”

posted by deacon greg kandra

A 23-year-old seminarian in New Jersey, Edmund Luciano, (that’s him in the middle on the left, with his sister and his cousin) just had a heart transplant, and it sounds like he’s doing remarkably well: Luciano knows only that the […]

The Medjugorje muddle and the papal preacher

posted by deacon greg kandra

The papal preacher’s in a pickle. Father Raniero Cantalamessa, who has been the pope’s preacher since 1980, was to be the keynote speaker at the 12th International Seminar for Priests July 3-5 in Medjugorje, the site of thousands of alleged […]

In the Garden of Eden, baby…

posted by Deacon Greg Kandra

Awful liturgical music taken to its logical extreme, thanks to Bart Simpson.

Your Paul Potts fix of the day

posted by Deacon Greg Kandra

So, Paul, you’ve just won a bundle of money and you’re going to sing for the Queen and, thanks to The Deacon’s Bench (and a few other places), you’re now a big fat star. Whatcha gonna do with all that […]

“You have given them bread from heaven…”

posted by deacon greg kandra

One of the many devotions that the deacon may lead is Benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament or, as it’s simply known, “Benediction.” As the Catholic Encyclopedia describes it: It is ordinarily an afternoon or evening devotion and consists in […]

Homily for June 24, 2007: Nativity of John the Baptist

posted by deacon greg kandra

Here’s a shocking thought for you. It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas. Oh, we aren’t getting catalogs – not yet, anyway – and the elves and tinsel and snowmen aren’t up in the stores yet. We still have […]

“Thou shalt remember to use thy turn signal…”

posted by deacon greg kandra

I credit The Anchoress for first bringing this to the world’s attention (or, at least, mine). It’s a fascinating new document from the Vatican on, of all things, rules of the road. The Catholic News Service describes them as “10 […]

The journalist and the bishop

posted by deacon greg kandra

This is just too good and interesting to pass up. As a journalist who happens to be a member of the clergy (or a clergyman who happens to be a journalist, take your pick), I found this encounter between a […]

‘Tis the season

posted by Deacon Greg Kandra

This has been working its way around the ‘net for some time now, but since it is wedding season, I think it’s always good to remind ourselves that sometimes the Perfect Day…isn’t. (The baptism included in this compilation is a […]

Did you remember to send a card?

posted by Deacon Greg Kandra

“Obviously, of course, big holiday over the weekend. And I would like to wish all of you a happy belated 800th anniversary of the conversion of St. Francis of Assisi.” — Stephen Colbert on The Colbert Report this past Monday. […]

A deaf man hears the call

posted by deacon greg kandra

From the newspaper Catholic San Francisco comes this wonderful vocation tale, of a deaf man named Paul Zirimenya, who was just ordained a priest: “I am proud of my deafness and never in my life have I ever wished to […]

Father’s Day Flashback: this takes the cake

posted by Deacon Greg Kandra

God bless the good people of Dairy Queen. In promoting Father’s Day this year, they decided to leave no stone unturned — and no demographic unexplored. This is very cute. And, in every sense of the word, tasteful.

Brooklyn’s Deacon Class of 2007: Happy 1 Month Anniversary!

posted by deacon greg kandra

Allow me to be the first to congratulate my brother deacons from the Diocese of Brooklyn on the one month anniversary of our ordination. As this report from the Brooklyn Tablet details, we received the sacrament of Holy Orders on […]

All we are saying is give chants a chance

posted by deacon greg kandra

My cyber-pal The Anchoress sent me this bewildering story about an Episcopalian priest who decided she wanted to become a Muslim. And The Anchoress then proceeds to do a little head-scratching (under her whimple, of course) and wonder why, in […]

“The most expensive cathedral in American history”

posted by deacon greg kandra

It’s called the Cathedral of Christ The Light, and it’s planned for Oakland, California. Price tag: a whopping $190 million. That’s $10 million more than Our Lady of the Angels in Los Angeles. And about $60 million more than originally […]

Vatican nuncio to Poland: stop politicizing homilies

posted by deacon greg kandra

The Vatican’s ambassador to Poland (seen on the left) had some sharp words for Poland’s priests, telling them in effect to stop inserting politics into their homilies: “I wish liturgical services in Poland would not turn into public rallies and […]

And the winner is…

posted by Deacon Greg Kandra

To the delight of about half the human race, Paul Potts won that TV competition in Britain over the weekend. He now gets to sing for the Queen. Who, undoubtedly, has already watched his original performance again and again on […]

What about Rudy?

posted by deacon greg kandra

Thanks to fair Amy, I found this link to the New York Observer’s piece on the former mayor of New York — the most famous (or infamous) Catholic now running for President. Those of us who lived through 9/11 here […]

Did you ever think God was asking you to do something impossible?

posted by Deacon Greg Kandra

That seems to be the theme of Evan Almighty, the sequel to Bruce Almighty. And I suspect it’s a question many of us have wondered about — certainly those of us who have felt called, however improbably, to a religious […]

Happy Father’s Day, God

posted by deacon greg kandra

Just stumbled across this terrific meditation on God as Father, written by Marcellino D’Ambrosio. While it has nothing to do with today’s readings for the Eleventh Sunday in Ordinary Time, it could serve as an inspiring Father’s Day homily — […]

A Father’s Day treat, with Bart and Homer

posted by Deacon Greg Kandra

A classic episode of The Simpsons told the story of Bart and Homer taking instruction to become Catholic. Liam Neeson, as I recall, was the voice of the priest who taught them. And Homer cheated on the final exam by […]

Pulpit plagiarism?

posted by deacon greg kandra

Well now, who’da thunk? This little story ran a couple weeks ago and didn’t get much national attention. The subject is “pulpit plagiarism”: when preachers borrow, lift or even buy a sermon and pass it off as their own. It […]

“The Almighty ambushed me”: one deacon’s story

posted by Deacon Greg Kandra

I’ve come across some remarkable and moving stories about how men chose to become deacons — or, rather, how God chose them. It’s the ordination season, after all, and it makes good copy. Take, for example, this little gem from […]

Homily for June 17, 2007: Eleventh Sunday in Ordinary Time

posted by deacon greg kandra

Not long ago I read about a woman whose life would have been great material for the National Enquirer. Or, at least, Page Six. She had led a colorful life when she was young. She’d had several lovers – some […]

Ruth Graham: “End of construction, thanks for your patience”

posted by deacon greg kandra

As a newly ordained clergyman who happens to be married, I find the challenge of balancing family, faith and work sometimes daunting. I told someone this week that I feel like the plate spinner on the “Ed Sullivan Show”: trying […]

“When we see the deacon, we see Christ the servant…”

posted by deacon greg kandra

On the Left Coast, a fresh tide of new permanent deacons has just washed ashore — as reported, providentially, in The Tidings, the paper for the Archdiocese of Los Angeles. “Seven reputable men” were ordained, echoing the very first diaconate […]

The dreams that you dare to dream really do come true

posted by Deacon Greg Kandra

Okay. Just one more incredible YouTube from “Britain’s Got Talent.” Hat tip to my BFF The Anchoress, who e-mailed this to me with the note: “Competition for Paul Potts.” She’s right. Click below and watch something miraculous unfold: St. Paul […]

Miss the Latin Mass? Here…

posted by Deacon Greg Kandra

Someone has taken the time and trouble to post this on YouTube: a film of most of the Easter mass from 1941, at Our Lady of Sorrows Church in Chicago. Narration by Fulton Sheen. And, if I’m not mistaken, you […]

“We are called to preach God’s word in deed…”

posted by Deacon Greg Kandra

A pastor in Gloucester, Massachusetts, Rev. Rona Tyndall, has penned a thoughtful op-ed piece for the local paper about preaching with more than just words: St. Francis is quoted as having once said, “Preach the gospel continuously, using words if […]

The Catholic wedding from hell

posted by Deacon Greg Kandra

I don’t know many priests who really enjoy doing weddings. Many of my brother clerics have adapted a contemporary word to describe the blushing young woman at the center of it all: “Bridezilla.” A lot of these women come to […]

Homily for June 15, 2007: Solemnity of the Sacred Heart…and a grade school graduation

posted by deacon greg kandra

On Friday June 15th, the Solemnity of the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus, I’ll be delivering the homily at an 8th grade graduation. I’ve never preached to a group of 13-year-olds before. But here’s a draft of my homily. I’ve […]

Did it play in Peoria? / UPDATED

posted by Deacon Greg Kandra

It’s rare to find a Catholic homily bristling with fire and brimstone. But a bishop in Illinois evidently gave one a few weeks back: “In the face of a pagan and utterly corrupt culture, in the face of 35 or […]

Best homily delivered without a pulpit…or a church / UPDATED

posted by Deacon Greg Kandra

This popped up on Andrew Sullivan’s blog yesterday, and it’s too good not to share. There is a potent sermon in here. Really. Grab a box of Kleenex and just watch. UPDATE: My pal The Anchoress has posted a link […]

So, a Franciscan walks into a barber shop…

posted by Deacon Greg Kandra

The world no longer has Fulton Sheen. But we do have James Martin, S.J. (Department of Full Disclosure: he’s a friend and, since his office is just a few blocks from mine, a sometime luncheon companion.) His book “My Life […]

Stephen Colbert, Lord of the Dance

posted by Deacon Greg Kandra

I confess to being a shameless fan of Stephen Colbert. (I once said of him, “I worship the water he walks on.”) And now, there’s something new to feed my fixation: a website about the Catholic Colbert. Hat tip to […]

Just in time for Father’s Day …

posted by Deacon Greg Kandra

The Bluegrass State last month appears to have held the first father-son diaconate ordination ever in America. On May 18 Bishop Joseph E. Kurtz ordained John Riehl, 59, and his son Christopher, 29, to the diaconate in their home church. […]

Be a window

posted by deacon greg kandra

Google “preaching” and it’s amazing the things that pop up. This story, in particular, struck me as eminently worthwhile and interesting, from our Anglican siblings. I especially loved this metaphor: “Likening the preacher to a stained-glass window, Herbert wrote that […]

Welcome, “Open Book”-ers!

posted by Deacon Greg Kandra

And a warm thank you to the amiable Amy Welborn, who took the time and trouble to give this little blog a generous little plug. Take a load off, set a spell, and browse the archives. Feel free to comment. […]

Yep, I’m Catholic

posted by deacon greg kandra

What’s your theological worldview? I took a little online quiz to find out. The results? According to the quiz: “You scored as a Roman Catholic. Church tradition and ecclesial authority are hugely important, and the most important part of worship […]

Deacon Blair?

posted by deacon greg kandra

Rocco found this nugget and posted it at Whispers in the Loggia. It seems a little farfetched to me, but stranger things have happened. Key section: Tony Blair has discussed becoming a Roman Catholic deacon when he quits office. The […]

Homily for June 9, 2007: The Widow’s Mite … And Baseball

posted by deacon greg kandra

A few days ago there was a story in the Washington Post about the new baseball stadium they’re building for the Washington Nationals. The cheapest seats in the stadium, way up in the bleachers, almost in another zip code, will […]

June 10, 2007: Corpus Christi

posted by deacon greg kandra

When I was young and first living on my own – way back before I was married – I decided to try and teach myself to cook. The “man-sized” TV dinners weren’t cutting it. So I got a couple of […]

“Preaching doesn’t happen only at mass…”

posted by deacon greg kandra

This editorial popped up in the National Catholic Reporter this week, and is being circulated by Catholic.org. I thought it worth sharing. A commitment to healing, unity 6/6/2007National Catholic Reporter When 500 preachers publicly commit to healing in the church, […]

A good word for “The Good Word”

posted by deacon greg kandra

One of the country’s great Catholic magazines, America, has finally taken a bold leap into the 21st century, by launching a re-designed website, complete with a blog on preaching and scripture called “The Good Word”. It’s a wonderful and accessible […]

“Connect!”

posted by deacon greg kandra

For the past year or so, I’ve been affiliated with the folks over at Liturgical Publications, based in Wisconsin, writing material for their homiletics newsletter, “Connect!”. They have a wide array of resources for preachers and parishes — everything from […]

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