Sharing the Word for September 21, 2022
Like Matthew we have become followers of Jesus. And our call to follow Jesus is not due to our own special worth or virtue, but simply to the generous will of the Lord.
School in the Age of COVID-19 and Gun Violence
SHORTLY AFTER MOST PARENTS breathed a collective sigh of relief due to the waning concerns of COVID-19 and the numerous challenges it caused with schooling for nearly two years, they were faced with another frightening situation. Every parent’s worst nightmare played out in the horrific massacre of the children and teachers in the school shooting in Uvalde, Texas, this past June.
Lead Me, Guide Me
Knowing the right thing to do isn’t necessarily easy. Yet when we find there are many good options or only bad ones, we can always turn to the Holy Spirit for guidance.
Notes from a Friar: God’s Love Is Always
In reviewing my life, I saw that God was with me every step.
The Prayers of Padre Pio
There can be no doubt that Padre Pio dedicated his life to prayer and suffering.
Bilingual Mass in LA celebrates immigrants, immigrant spirit in U.S.
Catholics from the Los Angeles Archdiocese and the San Bernardino, Orange and San Diego dioceses came together for a bilingual Mass Sept. 18 to celebrate “the immigrant spirit in the United States.”