Sharing the Word for November 24, 2022
In the time before Christ’s final coming in glory interim catastrophes will afflict the world. But nothing is more powerful than God’s love and care for us.
Of all the national holidays, Thanksgiving bears the most resemblance to the Last Supper. A meal is central to the event, everyone knows each other, and there is darkness amid the joy of gathering.
A Day of Giving Thanks
Thanksgiving in America began with noble sentiments and is surrounded by traditions, rituals, and stories.
Priest calls serving with military members as chaplain ‘humbling’
As much as Father Lukasz J. Willenberg misses being part of a regular parish family back home in the Diocese of Providence, ministering to members of the U.S. Army as a military chaplain for the past eight years has brought him an unparalleled level of joy.