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“In one shot you’ll find the perfect intercessor in Heaven for your petition and the perfect drink to toast him with when he comes through for you.”
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Father Adam Young, whose specialties include ‘ordering out and frozen pizza,’ was nominated for the Food Network show by his brother priests.
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“The very nature of cooking is oriented towards building communion and love with those present.”
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“I always make room for another at the table; I am making space for angels.”
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Every Christmas Chef Froke has picked a famous building — such as the National Shrine in Washington, D.C. — to recreate in cookie form.
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“We bond more over a meal than at a conference table.”
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“By opening our home, we allow the liturgy to overflow into our lives and cultivate relationships among God’s people.”
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“I want to do the will of God. And it makes me happy to see people enjoy my food.”
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Ladies from the Diocese of Arlington in Virginia share their meatless soup recipes for your Lenten enjoyment.
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It’s wonder this former PBS baking show host has earned the nickname The Bread Monk.
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Ladies from the Diocese of Arlington in Virginia share their meatless soup recipes for your Lenten enjoyment.
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“In our retail shop hangs a crucifix and that starts a good conversation… A crucifix is a good example to others.”
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Ladies from the Diocese of Arlington in Virginia share their meatless soup recipes for your Lenten enjoyment.
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“I love to cook, to sanctify family life and to keep it focused on faith.”
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Ladies from the Diocese of Arlington in Virginia share their meatless soup recipes for your Lenten enjoyment.
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Alexandra Greeley
Ladies from the Diocese of Arlington in Virginia share their meatless soup recipes for your Lenten enjoyment.
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Ladies from the Diocese of Arlington in Virginia share their vegetable-based soup recipes for your Lenten enjoyment.
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Connecting food and faith has long been a passion of New York’s Msgr. Vlaun.
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Jennifer Miller helps Catholics put the feast in each feast day.
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“I have been called to be a priest,” says Capuchin Brother Andrew Corriente, “and to bake.”
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“I was always searching for new ways to teach our children about the faith and mealtimes provide a perfect opportunity.”
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“This is my calling,” says Fr. Gregorio Dela Cruz Soldevilla. “I was being called by God to come here. And to express his goodness in the diocese.”
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After narrowly escaping the World Trade Center on 9/11, Chef Lania began to see God’s providence and presence in his life and work.
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Father James Searby says, “Culinary experimentation creates lifelines and a sense of delight.”
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“Do not hate toilsome labor, or farm work, which were created by the Most High” (Sirach 7:15)
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“I try to take this cooking to another level of the Scriptures.”
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“I hope that this project can promote unity among Catholics in these divisive times.”
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Father Andrew Umberg couldn’t decide whether to become a chef or a priest — so he let God decide.
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“If you study and read, it is pretty set forth what the Catholic faith has done through the centuries.”
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Chef Bunoan established a foundation to cook and deliver healthful meals to cancer patients who are too sick to cook.
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“I did the website as a homage to all these people who have families and friends who are really good cooks.”
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“I do believe God has reasons he puts you in certain places. This farm journey has been God-guided.”
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Chef Serato has three different programs: to offer employment to teens in need of jobs, to find housing for the homeless and to feed the hungry.
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“My stance on agriculture is an expression of my Catholic faith and the values I was raised with.”
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“You cannot dive deep enough when trying to find more about Catholicism.”
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“From Genesis to Revelation, food plays an important role in God’s relationship with his people and in our relationship with each other.”
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“In nature, you are close to God, the perfection of nature. The sky, the stars, you can see God’s hand in all these things.”
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“My faith... is about the importance of family, of connecting with people, and about giving and nurturing.”
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“Be not afraid,” says Cecilia Glembocki, “to show your faith!”
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Kelley Fitzsimons has won several national awards for his cocktail creations, and he was featured in the Food and Wine magazine last summer — but he’s especially known for his ‘Kyle’s Camp Cookies.’
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“I pray the Rosary daily, and am thankful for the gifts God has given.”
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“The land is God’s gift to provide food to everyone.”
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“I want to feel right in the world and to fulfill my work for the Lord.”
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“The society ignores rural communities at its peril.”
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Come for the food and espresso — stay for the truth, beauty and goodness
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“If you want to find God, look for God between pots and pans.”
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Throughout his successful cooking life, Chef Folse has been guided by his Catholic faith.
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“The Earth is indeed a precious gift of the Creator who, in designing its intrinsic order, has given us bearings that guide us as stewards of his creation.” (Pope Benedict XVI)
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“There is God, and God helps you, and listens to you when you talk to him. And if you don’t talk, he doesn’t listen.”
Alexandra Greeley

A convert to Catholicism, Alexandra Greeley is a food writer, restaurant critic, and cookbook author, who is passionate about every aspect of the food world—from interviewing chefs to supporting local farmers and to making the connection between food and faith