March 30, 2022

Sunday Soundbite for April 3, 2022

The knowledge and perspective we bring to any experience determines how we feel about that experience. Lent is a time to alter our way of looking at ourselves and our world. What surprises await us this week as we re-orient ...
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bronze Statue of Saint Peter Regalado

Saint Peter Regalado

Living right on the edge of some unsettling social and ecclesial changes, Saint Peter Regalado chose to turn to poverty and simplicity to find his path to God. Leading a small band of friars, he strove to live Franciscan poverty ...
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Ecumenical patriarch pledges solidarity with Ukrainians

Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew of Constantinople pledged solidarity with Ukrainians forced to flee their country and thanked neighboring Poland for showing "generosity, charity and hospitality" since the start of the Russian invasion.
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Faith and Family for April 3: Fifth Sunday of Lent

As we near the end of Lent, this week's Gospel reminds us to not judge others before looking inward at our own sins.
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Nobody Special?

To the world, St. Bernadette Soubirous didn’t seem like anyone special. But Bernadette proved her faith with her unwavering witness under intense questioning by civil and clerical authorities.
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