Sharing the Word for February 16, 2022
Christian life is complex. It’s not something we can execute without focus and attention. The author of today’s reading insists we must be clear about our purpose–not merely responding superficially to the Lord in our lives.
Sunday Soundbite for February 20, 2022
Our world is as violent as David’s world. Had King David heard Jesus’ message, how would he have responded? More importantly, how will we?
Saint Gilbert of Sempringham
Saint Gilbert of Sempringham could have been a wealthy priest, but chose to live far more simply. He founded a religious congregation the Gilbertines, who followed his example of living poorly and caring for those who want. Saint Gilbert live past 100 years of age.
Faith and Family for February 20: Seventh Sunday in Ordinary Time
This week’s Gospel reminds us to love our enemies and do to others as we would have them do to us.
Like a Child
Children so often simply want to spend time with their parent or guardian, following them as they go about their day. They don’t need another child-centered activity, or to be constantly entertained and distracted–they want to feel connection.
Young Frenchmen’s pilgrimage gives new meaning to ‘trust in God’
Childhood friends Gonzague Browaeys and Theophile Robin had not even considered taking a pilgrimage of faith when they began planning their end-of-university studies trip late last year.