Stories by the Rev. Michael Lubinsky

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Saturday, Jan. 30, 2010

Column: Priests called to sing God’s praises

All Catholic priests in the Augusta area have been invited by the Church of the Most Holy Trinity to attend the feast of the Sacred Heart of Jesus.
By the Rev. Michael Lubinsky

Sunday, Sept. 27, 2009

October is a time to respect life

During the month of October, the Catholic Church sets this month aside as Respect Life Month and concentrates on all human-life teachings by Jesus Christ, popes, bishops, priests and theologians.
By the Rev. Michael Lubinsky

Sunday, Aug 30, 2009

Augusta holds a special place in bishop's heart

The special visitor at St. Mary on the Hill this weekend is the current Bishop of Savannah, the Most Rev. J. Kevin Boland, who is here in Augusta because it is his 50th golden anniversary of his ...
By the Rev. Michael Lubinsky

Saturday, June 13, 2009

The real presence of Jesus is felt in the Eucharist

The Catholic Church celebrates the feast of Corpus Christi on Sunday. Locally, the Church of the Most Holy Trinity will celebrate with a procession, starting at the front steps of the church at 2 p.m.
By the Rev. Michael Lubinsky

Sunday, May 10, 2009

Mothers are God's gift to families everywhere

What is a mother? A human being who shares all her life and love with her children and husband.
By the Rev. Michael Lubinsky

Sunday, April 12, 2009

Marvel at the glory of Easter

We have literally thousands upon thousands of patrons to the Masters Tournament every year for the first full week of April -- visiting our city of Augusta for the year's first major of golf's ...
By the Rev. Michael Lubinsky

Sunday, Aug 24, 2008

When Olympic spirit meets the Holy Spirit

During the days between August 8-24, there have been many athletes from many countries vying for Olympic gold, silver and bronze medals in many sports, events and competition based on their ...
By the Rev. Michael Lubinsky

Sunday, July 6, 2008

Choose a president with right set of values

I wish to concentrate my attention and yours on a topic near and dear to all of your hearts, and that is human liberty and national security and election year politics.
By the Rev. Michael Lubinsky

Sunday, May 25, 2008

Embrace personal love in an impersonal age

In our age of instant communications and speed and technologies improving our lifestyles all around the world with many luxuries and many fancy gadgets and video games and Web sites and eBay, ...
By the Rev. Michael Lubinsky

Sunday, April 13, 2008

Exactly what were human beings meant for?

So far this year in the newspaper I have written articles on the topics of the value of human life and the meaning and purpose of human life.
By the Rev. Michael Lubinsky

Sunday, Feb. 10, 2008

Our lives and our deaths have their purposes

Why do we live and why do we die ? What is life all about?
By the Rev. Michael Lubinsky

Monday, Dec. 24, 2007

Santa Claus lives on in our generosity, love

Yes, Virginia, there really is a Santa Claus.
By the Rev. Michael Lubinsky

Saturday, Nov. 10, 2007

Making a difference for the better in the CSRA

What makes an individual a hero or heroine? What makes a person go beyond what is expected and do courageous and unselfish activities for another person? What qualities and attributes make up the ...
By the Rev. Michael Lubinsky

Sunday, Oct. 7, 2007

Take time out today to truly 'Respect Life'

Today we have a pluralistic society in the United States and we know from all the papers, television, Internet, and movies that we are bombarded by messages contrary to the holy scriptures daily. ...
By the Rev. Michael Lubinsky

Sunday, July 22, 2007

We are hungry for love, and have love to give

Let us be involved with one another.
By the Rev. Michael Lubinsky

Thursday, Nov. 23, 2006

Be thankful for our many blessings

What do we in Augusta have to be thankful for this year? Let me enumerate the reasons why we all should give thanks to God for our blessings:
By the Rev. Michael Lubinsky
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