The power had failed, and the store was in a hold mode. Starting a friendly conversation with a young man who stood behind him, he quickly found out the doctor was Catholic, visiting from another town.
Instrumental in Lizzie Reezay’s decision to enter into full communion with the Church was becoming historically conscious of the early Church and her members: the Christians of the first few centuries. She discovered that the first Christians were indeed Catholic.
In today’s gospel, Christ reminds us of how disappointed he is with these kinds of attitudes, as well as the effect they have on our relationship with him.
Kathleen Sebelius was asked the following questions in a Washington post interview . . .