Sharing the Word for May 13, 2021
Still today the members of the Church are served by dedicated apostles. We are grateful for preachers of the word–past and present.
Film Reviews with Sister Rose
Film critic and media expert, Sister Rose Pacatte, FSP, reviews Four Good Days, When Hitler Stole Pink Rabbit, and The Perfect Candidate!
Lessons from the Lord’s Prayer
One of the most common Christian prayers shows us the way to spiritual transformation and profound connection with God and each other.
Experiencing God’s Grace through Grandparenting
I became a grandmother when I was 36 years old. This is shocking to some people, but for me it was not something out of the ordinary: I had my first child when I was 17.
A Litany of Loved Ones
I have promised to pray for many—usually those who faced illness or sorrow. But my requests can also embrace the happy, healthy people in my circle of care.
Advocate: S. Carolina approval of firing squad, electric chair ‘chilling’
WASHINGTON (CNS) — The passage of a bill by South Carolina lawmakers in early May to restart executions after 10 years and to add death by firing squad or electric chair as options if lethal injection drugs are not available is a “setback for South Carolina” and “stands in stark contrast to powerful efforts elsewhere to abolish the death penalty,” said a Catholic death penalty opponent.