March 4, 2022

Reliquary of Saint Casimir

Saint Casimir

While Saint Casimir was born into a noble family, and was himself in line to be king, he opted instead for a life of prayer, and as a youth vowed perpetual chastity.
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Cardinal Gregory joins Archbishop Gudziak in praying for Ukraine

As Pope Francis and Catholics throughout the world did on Ash Wednesday, March 2, Washington Cardinal Wilton D. Gregory prayed and expressed solidarity with the people of Ukraine as they are enduring a brutal Russian military invasion of their country.
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Return to Me

God asks us to return to him with our whole heart, whole mind, and whole soul. He asks us to return to him with fasting, mourning, and weeping. It is in the challenges that God is most present.
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Lent with Padre Pio: Friday after Ash Wednesday

Perhaps Lent is a good time for us to take a look in the mirror.
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Father Kevin Regan of the Archdiocese of Washington demonstrates the granting of absolution that occurs during the sacrament of reconciliation. The priest, acting in the person of Christ, can absolve a person of their sins with their contrition, confession and penance. (CNS photo/Nancy Phelan Wiechec) (Feb. 5, 2013) See LENT-CONFESSION Jan. 30, 2013. Editors: Photo was taken for the purpose of illustration and not during an actual confession.

Lent and the Sacrament of Reconciliation

Now that we are in the midst of the Lenten season, parishes will be offering several opportunities to receive the Sacrament of Reconciliation.
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