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In Greek mythology, Sisyphus is a crafty and deceitful king, condemned by Zeus to roll a huge rock up a steep hill for eternity. Each time the rock nears the peak of the mountain, it rolls back down, crushing the king. Then he must begin again.
Remarks by Archbishop Gomez at the 7th Annual Napa Institute Summer Conference
In a world that can sometimes seem disheartening, Christians have a path to the future in lives of joy and love, Archbishop Chaput said Thursday.
This pilgrimage to Poland will be a spiritual journey on the 40th anniversary of Pope St. John Paul II's election to the papacy. Guided by George Weigel, the papal biographer, we will explore the city of saints Faustina, Maximilian Kolbe, and Pope John Paul II.
Join us as we explore the magisterium of Pope St. John Paul II and dive deeper into the joys of Catholic faith, family, and love.
After the intolerance, bigotry and hatred on the part of xenophobic groups at demonstrations in Charlottesville, Virginia (August 2017), we must turn to the lives of the saints who teach us that it is possible to overcome such egregious behavior. Despite very different circumstances, the life of Joh
October 13, 2017
First, thank you to everyone for your thoughts and prayers as the team in Napa is faced with a challenge like nothing they have ever seen before. We have received an outpouring of unconditional support and it is truly appreciated. With so many conflicting media r
Catherine R. Pakaluk, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Economics
The Busch School of Business and Economics
Friday, October 6, 2017
Good afternoon! Pleasure to be with you as we close out this tremendous gathering.
I was asked to speak about putting Good Profit into action. I