March 23, 2022

Sunday Soundbite for March 27, 2022

The Gospel story today is the familiar one of the prodigal son, better titled “The Father Who Couldn’t Forget.” There our God is portrayed as the parent who waited day after day for his errant child to return.

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USCCB president, committee chairmen recommit church to pro-life initiatives

As the nation awaits the U.S. Supreme Court’s most significant abortion ruling in decades, the president of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops and the chairmen of eight USCCB committees joined together “in prayer and expectant hope that states will again be able to protect women and children from the injustice of abortion.”

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Faith and Family for March 27: Fourth Sunday in Lent

This week we hear the well-known Gospel story of the Prodigal Son, in which the father embraces his son who has returned, much to the dismay of his other son.

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A Patron Saint for Hope

St. Martha of Bethany’s patronage includes single women and cooks. On one occasion, she prepares the meal for Jesus and possibly other guests. However, Martha’s greatest glory is her simple yet strong statement of faith in Jesus after her brother’s death.

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Lent with Padre Pio: Third Wednesday

Padre Pio’s spiritual life was everything to him and everything he did contributed to it. He made the time because it was important to him.

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