Sharing the Word for March 22, 2021 – Fifth Week of Lent – Year 1
We all need God’s mercy for ourselves and for the community in which we live. Harsh and pitiless application of the law is not the way God works.
Offer a Prayer of Gratitude
They say laughter is the best medicine, but we know gratitude is healing too. Propose to keep your eyes open to God’s gifts today, and let gratitude swell your heart.
Lent with St. Francis: Great Compassion
As we approach the final week of Lent, the spiritual stakes are high. At some point in our journey, we each are called to spend time alone with Jesus, hearing him speak to us the words he spoke to the woman in today’s Gospel.
Trusting God's Justice
We want a super hero. But the Gospel reminds us that what we have is in fact a savior, an advocate. But sometimes we have to wait for the plan to unfold fully.
Cardinal, imam hold dialogue as follow-up to pope’s meeting with ayatollah
With personal warmth paired with the careful phrasing of diplomats, Washington Cardinal Wilton D. Gregory and Imam Sayyid M. B. Kashmiri, a representative of Shiite Muslims in North America, held a dialogue on Christian-Muslim relations March 17.