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Deacon Pedro presents us with a trivia challenge on the basics of Scripture every Catholic should know. How many can you answer without looking them up? ...read more
Our God is a God of great strength and great gentleness. How do we see that truth in our own lives? A reflection for the 19th Sunday in Ordinary Time. ...read more
“You of little faith.” I can imagine what it felt like to be told that by Jesus: “You don’t have faith. If only you had faith the size of a mustard seed, you could tell that mountain to move over there and it would move. You guys don’t have faith” (see Matthew 17:20). And this ...read more
At times all we want is to go away, to be alone, and to reconnect with our self. But what do we do when our quiet time is interrupted? A reflection for the Eighteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year A. ...read more
How much do you know about St. Ignatius of Loyola? Did you know his name wasn't really Ignatius? And did you know there is another, much older St. Ignatius? ...read more
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One Body: Changes in Catholic approaches to ecumenism
Sr. Donna Geernaert, SC
July 28, 2020
In this third article of our new series, Sr. Donna Geernaert explores the development of Catholic teaching on ecumenism in the last century. ...read more
Next Sunday's Gospel reading tells us the familiar story of Jesus feeding the 5000. What message does this story have for us here and now in this time? ...read more
From major news events to personal stories, this Open Letter of Hope captures a snapshot in history when the entire world had to learn to be still. ...read more
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Word Alive: Discerning the path of service
Paul Jarzembowski
July 24, 2020
Discernment is that "pearl of great price" in which we discover who we are, why we were made, and what we are to do next. A reflection for the Seventeenth Sunday in Ordinary Time. ...read more
We probably all know the story about St. Lawrence, who joked with his torturers while being roasted alive. But do you know these other St. Lawrences? ...read more