May is Mary’s month and the Rosary is Mary’s prayer.
It is a simple prayer, one that many of us learned as children. And as we grow older, the Rosary grows with us.
As we do every year on the fourth Sunday of Easter, this Sunday we join the universal Church in praying for vocations to the priesthood and the religious and consecrated life.
This past weekend, we joined the universal Church in offering thanks and praise to God for our two new saints — the great 20th century popes, St. John XXIII and St. John Paul II.
I hope you all had a beautiful and peaceful Easter with your family and loved ones!
We have a vocation to blessedness. This is what the Beatitudes of Jesus teach us.
This Sunday we begin Holy Week. Our Lenten journey has led us to the final hours of Our Lord’s life, in which he suffered torture and death on the Cross.
Jesus told us to expect the world we’re living in. “You will hear of wars and rumors of wars,” he told us.
The basic questions we face in our lives are all about how we should live.
Our Archdiocesan Religious Education Congress this past weekend was a great celebration of faith.
In the season of Lent, we reflect on the way we are supposed to be living as Christians.
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