It is already one month since the new successor of Peter was elected by the cardinals under the guidance of the Holy Spirit to lead and govern the Church. Pope Francis in this short period of time has already shown us great faith and humility. His words and his actions are visible signs of his total dependence in God. He recognizes his limitations and places his confidence in God because he knows that God is the one who illuminates and guides the Church.
-The paradox of mystery, not the parroting of history
-Mom follows seminarian son’s footsteps into Church
-Son plans return from Rome for Easter Vigil
-Matthew Kelly: Laying down your life
-Ringing Easter bells, hoping against hope
-Speaker Series: Staying on ‘the way’ toward God
Depending on whether you attend the Easter Vigil or one of the Easter Sunday liturgies this year, the Gospel reading could be different because of the options given by the Church to mark this solemnity. These many testimonies to the resurrection of Jesus Christ within the four Gospels highlight the importance of this event in our Catholic faith.
Jesus teaches us what to believe, how to live
Matthew Kelly: What are Jesus’ greatest teachings?
Sisters ‘live Jesus’ in troubled Minneapolis neighborhood
Gospel living at Taco Bell
Eucharist, other sacraments offer strength
Keeping God at center of one’s life is final talk topic
The sacrament of penance, or reconciliation, helps Catholics recognize “the truth about themselves: that they are beloved children of the Father, who is rich in mercy,” said Cardinal Manuel Monteiro de Castro.
– Penitential season a time to ‘repent and believe in the Gospel’
– Soldier was a prayerful giant
– Prayerful giants
– Lent in letters: Two women deepen faith, friendship
– Desert silence for a noisy culture
– Nearly 4,000 attend talks on ‘finding God’s purpose for my life’
– Overcoming life’s challenges to be topic of series’ third presentation