Will Duquette Archive
The Finding of Jesus in the Temple is the Mystery of Presence, of the certain presence of God.
The Presentation is the Mystery of Obedience, of the miracles that happen when we simply do what God asks of us.
The Nativity is the Mystery of Trust, of God’s trust in His people.
The Visitation is the Mystery of Service, the mystery of bringing Christ to those whom he loves in the world.
The Annunciation is the Mystery of Vocation; and it is through our vocations that we best follow Christ.
: Community is the Fourth Pillar of Dominican life…because you need companions on the journey.
Preaching is the Third Pillar of Dominican life. And for a layperson, it has to flow from the depths of your being…because there’s usually no time to prepare.
Study is the Second Pillar of Dominican life. It centers on prayerful
study of scripture, but includes prayerful study of anything.
Prayer is the First Pillar of Dominican life, and the foundation all apostolic work, including raising a family.
Will Duquette shares his acquaintance with Justin Martyr and how it led to his return to the Catholic Church.
Will Duquette presents the life of St. Dominic.
Will Duquette describes his journey back to the Church, including a newfound appreciation for special saints.
On Trinity Sunday, our pastor declined to try to explain the nature of the Trinity to us; he said that anyone who tries to do so is going to get it wrong in some way, and rather
The other morning I got up, and Jane said, “Good morning,” and I said, “What assures you of that?” And then I thought, “Whoa! I’m grumpy! How come?” And we talked about it. It wasn’t always thus.
Editor’s note: Today, we welcome Will Duquette to CatholicMom.com. Find Will’s blog at The View from the Foothills to enjoy more of his writing. LMH I was raised Catholic, and then I spent twenty years as an