May 10, 2020

Sunday Soundbite for May 10, 2020

We need to know the Holy Spirit–Christ’s gift to the Church–is present to teach us what’s needed today and unite us to Christ.

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Should We Ban Guns?

I know the arguments against gun controlÑcities with strict gun laws actually have more crime, and anyway, the Second Amendment of the US Constitution gives us the “right to bear arms. “

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Psalm 22: ‘My God, My God, Why Have You Forsaken Me?’

Each year during Holy Week we Christians stand once again near the cross and hear Jesus’ cry anew. Unlike those described in the Gospel, though, we know exactly what he said and we recognize it as the opening verse of Psalm 22.

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Seven Things Catholics Should Know about Divorce

Divorced Catholics long for understanding and acceptance. Here’s how the Church can help.

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Photo of Saint Damien de Veuster of Moloka’i

Saint Damien de Veuster of Moloka’i

Saint Damien de Veuster became so well known for his work among the lepers in Hawaii that Moloka’i almost became his surname. Dedicating his life to those suffering from Hansen’s disease, Damien made the world aware of their plight. He succumbed to the disease and died in 1889.

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Learning from Saint Teresa of Calcutta

When she was declared a saint, did Mother Teresa strut around heaven and rub it in that she has been officially recognized whereas most of the other souls there have not? Unlikely. We formally recognize saints not for their benefit, but for ours.

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