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"The family that prays together stays together." - Venerable Patrick Peyton

Father Jim Phalan, C.S.C.

Father James Phalan, C.S.C., is a Catholic priest, member of the Congregation of Holy Cross and the National Director of Family Rosary. He served as a missionary for many years travelling the globe to help people come to Jesus through Mary as part of the Family Rosary team. Now he is happy to be serving back at home in the USA!

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Celebrating family life  |  Strengthening family unity

From Father to Son: Family Reflection Video

We hear today David’s last words to Solomon: A father’s last words to his son, his dying wish.

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Holy lives of inspiration

“It’s a Wonderful Life”: Family Reflection video

IT’S A WONDERFUL LIFE! – IT’S NOT ALWAYS EASY TO KEEP THAT IN MIND. LIFE IS A WONDER!

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Holy lives of inspiration  |  Return to the Church

A Man With a Big Heart: Family Reflection Video

He was brilliant. And his heart was even bigger than his intelligence!

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Love thy Neighbor  |  Seasonal Reflections

Beloved Disciples: Family Reflection Video

I am amazed each year that something extraordinary comes over the world on Christmas, something that touches millions of people, anyone whose heart is open …

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Seasonal Reflections

On the Second Day of Christmas... : Family Reflection Video

Happy and Holy Christmas to you all! I hope the Peace of Jesus has come to your home and remains!

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Holy lives of inspiration  |  Strengthening family unity

Living with Freedom and Grace: Family Reflection Video

Mary was immaculately conceived – free from sin and blessed with grace.

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