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FROM OUR EDITORS—February 7, 2021 – 4th Sunday in Ordinary Time Para la versión en español, haga clic aquí. Mark’s Gospel portrays Jesus as a man of action and a […]
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The first thing Pope Francis says about Joseph is that he is a “beloved father.” A beloved person is one who is deeply and profoundly loved. In the Song of […]
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How do you envision Saint Joseph? Is he the grey-haired grandfatherly figure of Renaissance paintings or the young, buff man shown in some modern portrayals? While it is a bit […]
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As the Catholic Church continues the mission of teaching the Christian faith, the new Directory for Catechesis (2020) lays out the how-to guidelines for catechesis and presents universal norms to […]
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Jesus is said to have been descended from the House of David, but the genealogies given in Matthew and Luke differ. One explanation is that Matthew’s ancestry traces Jesus’ legal […]
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If someone were writing a description of you, what would be the first word they would choose? Would they describe your appearance? Your job? Your personality? Or would they describe […]
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Sometimes it seems as if Joseph is little more than a figurine to be placed annually in the Nativity scene and then packed away for the rest of the year. […]
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Pope Francis commemorated the 150th anniversary of Saint Joseph as Patron of the Universal Church by declaring a “Year of Saint Joseph” to extend from December 8, 2020, to December […]
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Para la versión en español, haga clic aquí. Luke 16:1–13 This Sunday, we hear a challenging parable about a rich man who is cheated by his steward. After squandering his […]
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For the English version, click here. Lucas 16, 1–13 Esta semana escuchamos una parábola sobre un hombre rico que es estafado por su administrador. Después de malgastar los bienes de […]
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