During the Easter Season we spend every week hearing about Christ’s Resurrection appearances and the amazing feats of boldness and logically inexplicable activity in the Acts of the Apostles. Ever Wonder What “Miracle” Means The word “miracle” comes from a…
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Taken, blessed, broken, and shared. It was a formula the disciples had seen before, when Jesus fed the multitudes.
There is far more going on at Jesus’ birth than many of us realize upon first glance.
Consider what a special gift that St. Luke is to the Church. Without the Holy Spirit breathing (inspiration) through Luke’s pen, we would be without the “Hail Mary” or the joyful mysteries of the Rosary
At every Mass, you are not a fan but a player in the game.
Our perception of angels often comes more from the depictions we’ve seen in art or film than from the word of God.
These two theological giants didn’t necessarily start out all that humble. Both Simon and Saul (Peter and Paul) were, like us, works in progress.