Sharing the Word for April 13, 2021
Today’s psalm is particularly relevant during the Easter season when we celebrate Christ’s triumph over death. How do I experience the power and majesty of God?
Old Wounds Can Reopen
A stray reminder can lead us to relive a long-ago injury–one received, one given. It’s humbling to recall that we acted or reacted in anger, with ugliness–that we even hold a grudging memory today.
Christianity at Its Best—and Worst
They say you’ll never meet an atheist in a foxhole. But what about in a swimming pool?
Clare recalled these new beginnings in later years. That she and her sisters had survived the painful trials of the foundation was not nearly as surprising to her as it was to Francis
Cardinal unveils major Vatican conference on priesthood in 2022
Increasing vocations to the priesthood, improving the way laypeople and priests work together and ensuring that service, not power, motivates the request for ordination are all possible outcomes of a major symposium being planned by the Vatican in February 2022.