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

Father Willy Raymond, C.S.C.

Father Willy Raymond, C.S.C. is President of Holy Cross Family Ministries. He entered Holy Cross Fathers in 1964. He earned a Bachelors in Philosophy from Stonehill College in 1967 and a Masters in Theology from the University of Notre Dame in 1971. In addition to English, Father Willy is conversant in French and Spanish. He's a native of Old Town, Maine and one of 12 children. He remains a diehard fan of the Boston Red Sox, even though he has served as Chaplain for the Los Angeles Dodgers.

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Celebrating family life

The Gospel of Life: Family Reflection Video

Saint Pope John Paul II said, “The Gospel of Life is at the heart of Jesus’ message.”

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Strengthening family unity

Have You Come To Destroy Us? Family Reflection Video

What a 109-year-old woman and Venerable Patrick Peyton have in common.

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Seasonal Reflections

Mary’s Donkey and the Domestic Church: Family Reflection Video

How ‘Mary’s Donkey’ encouraged and influenced enrichment of the Domestic Church.

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Holy lives of inspiration  |  Seasonal Reflections

The Most Amazing Week of the Year! Family Reflection Video

What is it about this amazing week that calls us to be inspired, hopeful, prayerful and joyful?

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Holy lives of inspiration  |  Seasonal Reflections

Joyful Christmas Greetings: Family Reflection Video

Dear Friends, I am delighted to extend Christmas greetings from the Father Peyton Center in Easton, MA.

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Seasonal Reflections  |  Why pray?

Let the Lord Enter: Family Reflection Video

The Latin word Adventus was a military term and had to do with the powerful invasion of a walled city. The city had to decide whether to surrender or oppose.

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