Sharing the Word for March 10, 2021
The commandments are a gift, not a burden. They are directions God gives us so that we can function most productively in accord with what God made us to be.
Sunday Soundbite for March 14, 2021
In Lent we examine our lives in order to restore our part of the baptismal covenant–our relationship with God in Christ.
Faith and Family for March 14: Fourth Sunday of Lent
In this week’s Gospel, Jesus tells Nicodemus that everyone who believes in the Son of God will have eternal life.
A Companion to Battle Addiction
When battling the hard things of life like addiction, we need spiritual companions to pray for us–spiritual brothers and sisters to fight for us from heaven’s gaze.
Lent with St. Francis: Cultivate a Peaceful Heart
A peaceful attitude can go a long way toward living the message of the Gospel. If we think before we speak or act, we will save ourselves and others a great deal of misunderstanding and heartache.
Remains of Father Emil Kapaun, Korean War military chaplain, identified
A U.S. government forensic team announced March 4 it has identified the remains of Father Emil Kapaun, a priest of the Diocese of Wichita, who was an Army chaplain and died in a Chinese prisoner-of-war camp during the Korean War.