Fear is a common human experience, but Sacred Scripture consistently reminds the faithful that God walks with us, especially through our darkest hour.
Let’s Recommit Ourselves To Being More United
Sometimes we meet someone who has the gift of bringing people together. But once they are gone, everyone seems to drift apart.
Keeping the Commitment to Living Out the Faith
As the youngest and the only adopt¬ed child in an immigrant family, my primary years were spent experienc¬ing members of our household leaving the only place I used to call home. One by one I watched them leave for the United States.
Entrust Your Life Into Jesus Christ’s Hands
The Lenten season is known to us as a preparation season. It prepares us for the celebration of Christ’s resurrection at Easter.
‘Be Shepherds With the Smell of the Sheep’
Sheep need a shepherd.
‘We’re Going to Laugh About This One Day.’
Virgil’s poem The Aeneid tells the story of Aeneas who flees the fall of Troy and goes to Italy to become the ancestor of the Roman people.
The Apostle Thomas Was More Than Just a Doubter
There is a distinct contrast in the attitude of Thomas when we first hear him in today’s Gospel and when he speaks to Jesus a week later.
Today We See Jesus Fulfill His Holy Father’s Purpose
Donald Bevan and Edmund Trzcinski were prisoners of war in a concentration camp in Austria. They translated their experiences into the play, “Stalag 17,” which in 1953 was made into a movie with the same name.
Jesus’ Mission: ‘Not My Will But Yours Be Done’
One of the most relatable prayers of Jesus is His faith-filled plea to the Father that He not have to drink of the cup of the cross.
Jesus Raises Lazarus From The Dead in This Gospel
When we encounter the Lord Jesus in today’s Gospel, He is at His low point, at the nadir of His popularity.