Let Us Pray: My Mother’s Voice
We are all God’s children. If I discriminate or hate someone—for reasons of race, gender, capabilities, or lack thereof—it is not that person who is broken. It is me.
Separated by Color
Reflect “Let us make man in our image, according to our likeness” (Gen 1:26). Sadly, we do not always see each other in this way. Racism is a reminder of our brokenness. Let us pray for the eyes to see …
Why Do We Need to Ask?
If God already knows what we need before we ask, and God actually cares about us more than we care about ourselves, then why do both Step 7 and Jesus say, each in their own way: “Ask, and you will receive.
Sharing the Word for January 16, 2023 – Second Week in Ordinary Time – Year 1
Monday of the Second Week in Ordinary Time January 16, 2023Daily Reading from the USCCB: Hebrews 5:1-10 The mention of Jesus as high priest introduces a discussion of priesthood and sacrifice. The priesthood that the readers of Hebrews are familiar …
‘His memory still resonates’: Franciscan sister recalls MLK
Almost everyone familiar with the life and death of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. knows the value that the civil rights leader put on living a long life. The phrase “longevity has its place” is now enshrined within his last speech, given the night before King’s murder in Memphis, Tennessee, on April 4,1968.