Sharing the Word for January 20, 2021
Like Melchizedek, Jesus is king of peace–without conventional human ancestry, superior to Abraham and his children, called by God to a priesthood that lasts forever.
Sunday Soundbite for January 24, 2021
Scripture scholars see the story of Jonah as a kind of folk tale—short on history but long on spiritual truth: God calls each of us.
At national memorial, Cardinal Gregory prays for all who died of COVID-19
Cardinal Gregory said the gathering was a time to “pray for those who have died and the families and loved ones that they left behind … not as strangers or disinterested persons, but as fellow citizens who share some limited portion of their grief and sorrow.”
The world is divided, and kindness is in short supply. May this prayer be a reminder that Christ’s message is timeless and crucial—especially today.
Biden’s inaugural address calls for Americans to work for unity
In his inaugural address Jan. 20, President Joe Biden said he is committed with his “whole soul” to bring this country together.