The great question for each of us on this First Sunday of Advent is: Do I have a powerful hope in Christ? When you hear the words from our gospel today, “Be watchful! Be alert! You do not know when the time will come. You do not know when the Lord of the house is coming,” how do they stir your heart?
As I celebrate Thanksgiving, I notice there’s something missing. My heart longs for a different kind of celebration in a different kind of place. And until I am there, there will always be something missing.
Seven months into this pandemic, we must begin to reflect on whether we have ever taken mortal sin as seriously as we have taken this earthly virus.
Christ the King is a solemn feast that emphasizes Christ’s role as King and reminds us of His coming on the day of judgment.
Mary is a beacon of peace in troubled times because, through her intercession, she directs us into a deeper relationship with her son, our Lord Jesus Christ. Praying the Rosary is a means of doing just that.
St. Jude Thaddeus, patron of the desperate, was an apostle of Jesus, who preached the Gospel in the East where he was martyred. Even today people still invoke him as a comforter, a friend, and a beacon of hope.
The viciousness and dishonesty we are witnessing from the Left is predictable. Why? Because it’s the product of the corrupted characters of those in America who have aligned themselves with the culture of death.
In a recent statement from Archbishop Gomez, the USCCB appears to confirm Joe Biden as president, calling for unity, compromise, and fraternity.