December 8, 2021

Sunday Soundbite for December 12, 2021

What would bring us joy today? An end to terrorists’ threats? Conversion in the corporate world from greed and personal gain? A new spirit of generosity and service in people’s everyday lives?
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Painting of the Immaculat Conception

Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary

Under the title of the Immaculate Conception, the Blessed Virgin is the patron of the United States. Thus this is a major feast—in fact a Holy Day of Obligation—for the Church in the United States of America.
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People gather for Midnight Mass

Oxford, Mich., is rebuilding ‘crumbled edifice of our hearts,’ priest says

There were four white candles alight in the darkness on the baptismal font at St. Joseph Parish Dec. 5. One for Hana St. Juliana. One for Justin Shilling. One for Tate Myre. One for Madisyn Baldwin.
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Day Eleven: A Catholic Family Advent

The days leading up to Christmas can be exhausting. We need to remember to take care of ourselves so that we can enjoy the Advent season.
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Faith and Family for December 12: Third Sunday of Advent

On this third Sunday of Advent, we hear an important message when John the Baptist tell the crowds to share what they have with those who have none.
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