Fr. Michael begins a series on the Acts of the Apostles. Tune in each Wednesday at 7pm Central on Facebook Live, bring your Bible and invite a friend!
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Today’s readings on this Divine Mercy Sunday teach us how this approach plays out in daily life and remind us that we can have complete trust in the mercy of God to lead us, step-by-step, to heaven.
The great feast of Easter has begun, Christian stewards. Let us rejoice and be glad!
Jesus enters into His city, the city of the King of the Jews, in triumphal procession. He marches into Jerusalem, knowing that soon, the rulers of this world will conspire against Him so that He will be betrayed, arrested, tortured and killed.
Today’s readings inspire us to remain faithful, in grateful response to a God who loves us so much.
Please join me in praying for all those affected by Coronavirus and for a quick resolution to this global emergency.
Today’s readings on this third Sunday of Lent present us with the theme of “thirst” and show us that a stewardship way of life can both satisfy our spiritual thirst for Christ and help us to satisfy Christ’s thirst for souls.
Our readings for this second Sunday of Lent offer us Christian stewards motivation to continue on our 40-day journey towards deeper holiness.
As we begin the beautiful and challenging season of Lent, our readings this week remind us why we need these 40 days so much.
“So be perfect, just as your heavenly Father is perfect.” This verse at the end of today’s Gospel passage from Matthew sets the tone for all of the readings this week.