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Fr. Larry Rice, CSP :
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Fr. Larry Rice, CSP, is first consultor of the Paulist Fathers.
April 8th, 2014

Fr. Dave Dwyer, CSP and Fr. Larry Rice, CSP discuss a Lenten tradition in Rome and on the web. Also, Fr. Larry reveals a tasty treat related to the Stations of the Cross.…

July 11th, 2013

Father Dave Dwyer, CSP and Father Larry Rice discuss the “vanilla” season of ordinary time and how this calmer part of the calendar calls us to be better disciples.…

April 2nd, 2013

Easter is more than just a single day — it’s 50! Fr. Dave Dwyer, CSP, and Fr. Larry Rice, CSP, discuss the difference between the Easter season and Lent. Because this Church season is longer than Lent it shows the emphasis in our faith on the great goodness and mercy of God, new life and resurrection. The Season of Resurrection calls us into the deeper mystery of God and all God is doing in the world today. Happy Easter Season!
 
Originally Published on April 9, 2012…

March 5th, 2013

Fr. Dave Dwyer, CSP, and Fr. Larry Rice, CSP, discuss the history and functions of the Pope’s secret service – The Swiss Guard. Also, find out what qualifications are needed to be a member of the Swiss Guard.
Originally posted in April 17, 2012…

June 12th, 2012

Our Facts of Faith podcast series looks at J.R.R. Tolkien.

March 19th, 2012

Father Dave Dwyer, CSP and Fr. Larry Rice, CSP discuss famous Catholics ranging from classical composers to comic book superheroes. Also, find out which groundbreaking astronomer was a Catholic priest.…

March 12th, 2012

Last year writer and brewing expert J. Wilson published Diary of a Part-Time Monk…, which tells of his Lenten fast: subsisting on nothing but water and beer. Wilson had heard the legends of the Benedictine monks of Neudeck ob der Au, who were said to have developed a particular beer style — the doppelbock — that is rich in carbohydrates, vitamins, and calories, to sustain them through periods of Lenten fasting.
Wilson was sufficiently intrigued by this legend and he decided to embark on 46 days of beer-and-water for Lent. In the process, he lost nearly 26 pounds, and gained some significant insights into self-discipline, physical and mental rejuvenation, and plenty of media attention.
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