Alic reflects on two very different bicycle rides - Training for AIDS/Lifecycle for me this year is far more than training to ride 545 miles. Riding that yellow bike is a kind of training of my soul...
When I walk into Nazareth House, everything comes together for me. From its main entrance to its exit door, Nazareth House exudes an atmosphere of welcome that each new resident immediately feels. “ We are here for you ! Welcome to your new home.“
Poem by Sr. Mary O'Connor
Since the 19th century, the ‘good times’ have rolled from New Orleans and along the Mississippi Gulf Coast into Mobile, Alabama. It is called MARDI GRAS, French for ‘Fat Tuesday.’ It is a season of celebrations and parades.
On October 21st, 2012, the first Native American Saint, Kateri Tekakwitha, was canonized by Pope Benedict XVI. This “Lily of the Mohawks” was born more than three hundred years ago in what is now part of upstate New York.