Sharing the Word for August 4, 2021
Sometimes God’s demands of us and God’s gifts to us seem to be too much. But they’re still acts of God’s love for us and have to be dealt with accordingly.
Sunday Soundbite for August 8, 2021
We believe that in the Eucharist we celebrate each Sunday is the crucified and risen Jesus Christ himself, drawing us to himself.
Faith and Family for August 8: The Living Bread
This week continues the Bread of Life discourse in which Jesus once again tells the disciples that he is the living bread that has come down from heaven.
A Prayer for Artists
“Humanity in every age, even today, looks to works of art to shed light upon its path and destiny,” said Pope St. John Paul II.
Roamin’ Catholic: The Journey Inward
Journeying to holy places, like the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem, is as much an inward journey as outward.
CDC urges continuation of public health rule that keeps out migrants
To the dismay of immigration advocates, the Biden administration announced Aug. 2 it would continue implementing a public health rule enforced by the Trump administration, saying migrants at U.S. border crossings would be turned away to keep COVID-19 at bay.