May 31, 2020

Sunday Soundbite for May 31, 2020

It’s a characteristic of Catholicism to see God’s goodness in all of creation, in various human endeavors, and in the cultures and histories of human beings wherever the gospel is preached.

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Our Common Roots: Catholic-Jewish Relations Today

Nothing is more crucial for Catholic-Jewish dialogue today than finding the truth about the Holy See’s actions toward Jews before and during World War II.

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Bishop Robert Barron, Evangelist

Bishop Barron’s interest in evangelizing through media began in 1999 when he asked parishioners at his parishÑSacred Heart in Winnetka, IllinoisÑto fund a radio program that he would host on WGN Radio in Chicago.

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Is Agnosticism a Sin?

I know that being an atheist is looked down upon, but I want to know if being an agnostic is a sin.

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Franciscan Inspirations: The Faithful Servant

In the Gospel of Matthew (25:23), as Jesus approaches the city of Jerusalem for the last time, he talks to his disciples about their need to be “faithful and prudent servants.”

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Prayers for the Dying

For me, visiting a dying person is a special, graced-filled moment because I am so much aware of the loving care the Church gives to one about to enter eternity.

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