Sharing the Word for June 30, 2021
Sometimes we’re fearful of what might happen to us if we allow Jesus to get too close to us. However being made free in Christ is far better than hanging on to our comfortable old demons.
Sunday Soundbite for July 4, 2021
In today’s Second Reading Saint Paul tells us how he had a “thorn in the flesh,” something—and we don’t know exactly what this was—which reminded Paul constantly of his need for God.
Faith and Family for July 4: Fourteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time
In this week’s Gospel, Jesus astounds the people in the synagogue with his wisdom and knowledge.
Letting Go of What We Love
Despite physical and mental problems that led to his death a few years later, Louis Martin did nothing to discourage his daughter Thérèse’s vocation.
In today’s meditation, Maureen O’Brien encourages us to approach the psalms in a different way.
Two more First Nations churches destroyed in ‘suspicious’ fires
Two more Catholic churches on First Nations land have been destroyed by fire, while fire damaged an Anglican church on First Nations land in northern British Columbia. Police are calling all the blazes “suspicious.”