Sharing the Word for November 17, 2021
Today’s passage is one of the earliest examples of faith in the resurrection. Torment and persecution are not the last words.
Sunday Soundbite for November 21, 2021
With dramatic irony, today’s scene in John’s Gospel highlights a very different kind of kingship. Jesus stands before the world testifying to the truth about God, and invites us into his reign, which is not of this world.
Faith and Family for November 21: Feast of Christ the King
This week we celebrate the feast of Christ the King. In the Gospel, we hear Pilate ask Jesus if he is the King of the Jews.
Be the Change
We may ask ourselves why more people aren’t doing something. But looking at change in terms of what we think other people should be doing is likely only to frustrate us even more.
Laws, Love, and the Path to Holiness
The history of our faith provides examples of rule breakers to show us a better way to holiness, even if it is the road less traveled.
U.S. bishops focus on Communion, synodality, finances in fall assembly
The U.S. bishops, gathered for the first time in person since 2019, discussed the highly anticipated statement on the Eucharist without the heated discussion it stirred up in their previous meeting.