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SUNDAY’S GOSPEL —January 28, 2018 – 4th Sunday in Ordinary Time

Mark 1:21–28 In Sunday’s Gospel, Jesus shows his power and authority over evil. His teaching during Sabbath worship amazes his audience. Jesus teaches as one with authority. In his healing […]read more

Celebrating Catholic Schools

January 28—February 3 is Catholic Schools Week in the US. The theme of this week is “Catholic Schools: Learn. Serve. Lead. Succeed.” Celebrate what makes your Catholic school special and […]read more

Thankful for Winter?

It may be hard to find the blessings in winter. Depending on where you live, this time of year brings the “blessings” of wind, snow, and cold. The Thank You, […]read more

Much Ado About…Life!

With the anniversary of the Roe v. Wade decision (1/22/1973) that led to the legalization of abortion in the United States, Catholics gather every January to pray for the unborn […]read more

Catholics Combat the Sin of Racism

Responding to the sin of racism is part of the call of every Christian. It’s based in Jesus’ Great Commandment: “You shall love the Lord your God with all your […]read more

Concern for the Poor, Migrant, and Refugee

January is Poverty Awareness Month. While we may feel the pinch of January credit card bills for our Christmas shopping, most of us have little real idea of being poor. […]read more

SUNDAY’S GOSPEL —January 21, 2018 – 3rd Sunday in Ordinary Time

Mark 1:14–20 In this Sunday’s Gospel, Jesus calls four fishermen to become fishers of people. They respond quickly and follow Jesus. They share in his work of spreading the Good […]read more

SUNDAY’S GOSPEL —January 14, 2018

John 1:35–42 In this Sunday’s Gospel, John the Baptist points to Jesus as “the Lamb of God.” The Gospel also tells of the call of the first disciples. The story […]read more

Give Thanks for Family

Families around the world will gather for all of the celebrations of Christmas—from Christmas Day through Epiphany. The Holy Family is a model to all Christian families. Before they sit […]read more

Celebrate the Holy Family

The Church considers the Feast of the Holy Family to be a “movable feast,” which means that it can be celebrated whenever the Pope determines. The dates are announced from […]read more

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