April 7, 2021

Sunday Soundbite for April 11, 2021

It’s natural for Thomas to want concrete evidence of the Resurrection. When our individual faith wavers, we can gain strength from the Holy Spirit at work in the midst of a community of faith.

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Swiss-born Father Hans Küng, theologian, dies at 93

Father Hans Küng, the prominent and sometimes controversial Swiss Catholic theologian, died peacefully in his sleep in the university town of Tübingen, Germany, where he had lived and lectured since 1960, said a spokesman for his Global Ethic Foundation. He was 93.

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Faith and Family for April 11: Second Sunday of Easter

In this week’s Gospel, Christ appears to the disciples in the upper room and brings the Holy Spirit to them.

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Humility and Grace in Aging

At age 58 in 1978, Pope John Paul II was still an avid skier, hiker, and swimmer. But over the next 27 years, age and health issues caught up with him—as they do with us all.

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The Importance of Laughter

Given the year we’ve had, finding reasons to be joyful is a challenge. ​​​​​​​But the Bible reminds us that laughter is good for our bodies and our souls.

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