Sharing the Word for March 18, 2022
Like the tenants in today’s parable, we too are not fully committed to the charge that God gives us. We have reason to be concerned about the coming of the master of the vineyard.
Saint Cyril of Jerusalem
Life in the fourth century was anything but dull, as the life of Saint Cyril of Jerusalem proves. The Church was facing a major crisis and Cyril was one of the men who worked through the controversies. Thanks to courageous men like him, we share the faith today.
Exchange These “P’s” for These “S’s”
Jesus turns our understanding of success inside out. He models true success as helping others, giving of oneself, and doing God’s will—service, sacrifice, and surrender.
Lent with Padre Pio: Second Friday
Meditate on Padre Pio’s words. He sought God’s grace during every trial. How might we follow his example this Lent?
Women symbolize Ukraine’s strength, courage, archbishop says
Women defending their nation, staying behind to care for loved ones, mourning loss and death, or fleeing to bring their children to safety all symbolize hope for Ukraine, said the head of the Ukrainian Catholic Church.