Sharing the Word for April 6, 2022
Jesus liberates us and makes us God’s children. And if the Father of Jesus is our father, nothing can enslave us.
Sunday Soundbite for April 10, 2022
Luke remains consistent to the characteristics he’s highlighted all through his Gospel. He especially depicts Jesus’ concern for those on the margins of society–shown as the Lord heals in the Garden, comforts the weeping women, forgives his executioners, and welcomes the repentant thief.
Faith and Family for April 10: Palm Sunday
This week, we enter into Holy Week with the celebration of Palm Sunday. In the Gospel, we recount the narrative of Jesus’ passion and death.
Gifted With Enthusiasm
I like the idea of an enthused God. It stands in meaningful contrast to the stern judgmental Old Testament God of my youth. I lack the gift of enthusiasm but witness it through some loved ones blessed with that gift.
Lent with Padre Pio: Fifth Wednesday
Padre Pio underwent a lot of scrutiny during his life. But while he admitted despairing, he offered up the suffering because he knew it was God’s will.
Archbishop from Assisi brings first-class relic of Blessed Acutis to US
Archbishop Domenico Sorrentino of Assisi, Italy, brought a first-class relic of Blessed Carlos Acutis to a Catholic high school on Long Island April 4 as he began a five-day tour with the relic.