Day Five. Be His Light.
Give to those who are hungry.Continue reading “Day Five. Be His Light.”
The Greatest Solemnity of the Year
After recollecting our Lord’s Passion and Death on Good Friday, Holy Saturday begins as a day of quiet prayer and reflection. It is a day when no Mass is celebrated in the Catholic Church (until the solemn Easter Vigil that begins after sundown). Instead, the faithful pray and meditate on the great sacrifice our Lord has made for all of us, and anticipate His Resurrection from the dead on Easter Sunday.Continue reading “The Greatest Solemnity of the Year”
Is Goodness In Your Thanksgiving Plans?
Its been a rough year for sure with the pandemic and other social challenges we face. As we begin our week, I invite you to focus on the true meaning of Thanksgiving. Sure, it is nice to have a day where we overindulge in turkey, fixings, and pie until we are in a food coma but let us pause and focus on the true meaning of Thanksgiving.Continue reading “Is Goodness In Your Thanksgiving Plans?”