Beginning Our Season of Lent

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Ash Wednesday has come and gone and we are now underway along our forty-day journey through Lent to the Sacred Triduum. As I wrote about last week, the traditional pre-Lenten preparations of the Church began a few weeks ago. Since January 31st, we here at the seminary have all been adhering to increasing ascetical practices, culminating …

Preparing for a Holy Lent

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By Fr. Matthew Kauth Lent is upon us. How shall we engage it? Ironically the word “lent” finds its origin in springtime as a description of the time in which the daylight grows. I say ironically, because while the daylight might be increasing, the thought of engaging Lent feels like darkness. Lent does not usually …

Celebrating Life In Washington D.C.

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This past Friday, I was blessed with the opportunity to travel to Washington D.C. to attend the annual March for Life with our graduating class and some of our formators. St. Joseph College Seminary has been a part of this peaceful and prayerful protest since our founding five years ago – offering our time there for …