Prayer for Trust in The Divine Mercy of God […]
Even amidst the treachery and events leading to the events of today, Christ does not think of himself in his final words, but asks God, His Father, to forgive and release us from our own suffering. Even through the most horrific abuses, physical and emotional, Jesus offered this remarkable prayer of generosity, for their sake and for ours. […]
“Do you understand what I have done?
You call me your teacher and Lord, and you should, because that is who I am.
And if your Lord and teacher has washed your feet, you should do the same for each other.
I have set the example, and you should do for each other exactly what I have done for you.”
– John 13;12-15 […]
The Feast of St. Joseph […]
Rather, this is the moment for us, during Lent, to turn to Christ, that after that moment of transformation, we hear the voice of Jesus and follow Him all the way to the cross. […]
“You are Peter, and upon this rock I will build my church”
Matthew 16:18 […]
We leave the season of ordinary time, where we find Jesus’ discouragement as he meets challenges with religious leaders: “He sighed from the depth of his spirit and said, ‘Why does this generation seek a sign?’ Amen, I say to you, no sign will be given to this generation.” (Mark 8:12) […]
Last week our STARS delivered Valentine’s Day “Candy Grams” to several schools in the Archdiocese, a gesture of friendship, hope, and young love. […]
“For those who believe, no explanation is necessary.
For those who do not believe, no explanation is possible.”
― Franz Werfel, The Song of Bernadette […]
Throughout my reading, it was noted that this year, the Year of St. Joseph, is a good time for us to grow in friendship with St. Joseph, Jesus’ father on earth. […]