Sharing the Word for May 19, 2021
Paul’s farewell discourse to the Ephesians is filled with assurance and encouragement for his people. He expresses deep affection for them and they for him.
Sunday Soundbite for May 23, 2021
It’s a characteristic of Catholicism to see God’s goodness in all of creation, in various human endeavors, and in the cultures and histories of human beings wherever the gospel is preached.
Faith and Family for May 23: Pentecost Sunday
This week at Mass, we celebrate the feast of Pentecost.
We’re impatient with the pandemic and the limits it has placed on our lives. We cannot do as many face-to-face volunteer and justice-seeking activities as we would like. But we can pray.
A Silent Conversation with God
A cross-country trip sets the stage for a heartfelt conversation between God and a road-weary traveler.
Pope appeals for peace in Holy Land, says death of children ‘unacceptable’
The injury and death of so many innocent people, especially children, caused by escalating violence between Israel and the Gaza Strip is “terrible and unacceptable,” putting the area at risk of sinking into “a spiral of death and destruction,” Pope Francis said.