Spes Unica Blog

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Spes Unica Blog

A Shepherd Needs a Flock

Posted by Mr. Cathal Kelleher, C.S.C. on

Some of my earliest declarations about becoming a priest came as a young twelve year old altar server. In response, my mother and grandmother brought me on pilgrimage to the Shrine of Our Lady of Lourdes in the south of France. I have always been grateful to them for the opportunity to begin my...

The Power and Presence of the Saints

Posted by Mr. Bryan Williams, C.S.C. on

“Alright. You’ve got the Rosary this Friday,” he told me right before we hung up. Lance is a man who I met over the summer a few years ago and keep up with from time to time. He has a strong devotion to the rosary and will often make sure to tell me that he is praying for me at...

Gazing on Our Savior

Posted by Fr. Dan Ponisciak, C.S.C. on

Any priest who has ever presided at Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament can probably relate to what I’m about to say. Every Saturday morning, the parishioners of St. Joseph Catholic Church gather for Mass followed by Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament and Confessions.  At the...

Crying with Our Mother

Posted by Mr. Tom Bodart, C.S.C. on

When do you cry?  I realize this is a risky move, to write a blog post about crying, addressed to guys discerning life with a community of guys. Guys don’t cry. Or at least that’s what many of us learn as we grow from children to teens to men. Yet, as I walk alongside my...

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