Sharing the Word for February 25, 2021
The reason we have to pray is so that we don’t lose sight of how much we depend on God’s goodness and how vulnerable we are without it.
Film Reviews with Sister Rose
Sister Rose Pacatte, FSP, reviews “Finding You,” “The Life Ahead,” and “The House That Rob Built.”
Like many parents of young children, it’s rare for me to get a good night’s sleep. Our first child came to us through adoption, and since he was nearly a year old, I naively thought he would sleep through the night. Instead, I faced the brutal reality of every new mom who rises multiple times a night to feed and comfort her baby. Since those early days over a decade ago, I have birthed four babies and have had to make my peace with interrupted sleep.
Letting Jesus Lead Us to the Margins
We see through Scripture that we cannot authentically follow Jesus without prioritizing care for those on the margins of society as he did.
Lent with St. Francis: The Gift of Alms
Francis teaches us that by learning to rely on the Lord and on the gifts we receive from others—and all is gift—we are as needy as any beggar on the street.
Brooklyn bishop calls suit accusing him of decades-old abuse ‘defamatory’
Brooklyn Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio said Feb. 22 a lawsuit filed against him in New Jersey Superior Court over a claim of abuse that allegedly occurred decades ago “is defamatory.”