The Gospel for this Sunday is John 4:5-42 1. A word of introduction Jesus crosses boundaries to meet another person. Even in ambiguous situations, he has the courage to go beyond. He does so out of love. The meeting with the Samaritan woman is just one example of this. 2. Keywords Jesus, tired from his journey, sat... Continue Reading →
Rome Diocese to offer Mass for Benedict XVI
On Thursday, the Vatican gave a further update on Benedict XVI’s health. “The Pope Emeritus was able to rest well last night; he is absolutely lucid and alert, and today, although his condition remains serious, the situation at the moment is stable,” Vatican Spokesman Matteo Bruni said Dec. 29. In a statement Thursday morning, Vicar... Continue Reading →
The Apologetic Dimension Of Misa De Gallo
Misa De Gallo is a “living tradition” in action in the modern world which reminds us that the Church and the people of God is alive and welcoming to the coming of the Messiah.The Apologetic Dimension Of Misa De Gallo
How Jesus Found Me When I Lost Sight of His Manger
By Fr Sunil Macwan, SJ – Even though my Jesuit training and priestly ministry have helped me cope with the pandemic’s social challenges reasonably well, questions from elderly relatives and friends have left me perplexed at times. Recently, my old and infirm dad, who is usually upbeat about most things, confided in me on the... Continue Reading →
The Wedding Supper And The Mass
Sometimes we can do things so often that we inadvertently go through the motions. This can happen in our work, relationships, and in the worship of our Lord at Mass. At every Mass we are getting a foretaste of the wedding supper of the Lamb. This is mentioned in Revelation 19:7-10. Sometimes it helps to... Continue Reading →
Sanctus: There Is A Lot To This Hymn
The Eucharistic prayer is recited after the angelic hymn of praise known as the Sanctus. You know it: Holy, Holy, Holy Lord God of hosts . . . This may seem like a repetitive hymn, and to those that hear it quite frequently that may be the case. However, its placement before the Eucharistic prayer is not... Continue Reading →
The Beginnings Of Wherepeteris.com With Mike Lewis
https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-43m6c-fbec81 Mike Lewis joins me for today's episode. Mike is the Editor in Chief at Wherepeteris.com and host of the podcast "Peter's Field Hospital". He tells us how his time in communications at the USCCB and how Where Peter Is got its start. He discusses its growth and what it is hoping to accomplish in... Continue Reading →
Voices Of Hope: 15 Saint Quotes To Inspire
We are looking for those tidbits of precious good news to take our minds off of all the negativity. Voices of hope is what many are searching for. One way to do that is to look to the lives of the saints.
Updated: The Beauty Of The Mass
It is also good of those of us who have been around and I’m sure you will discover something that you didn’t know. The book is well written and is written in a style that everyone will be able to understand it. Check it out!
Disability Awareness and Evangelising with JM Kraemer of The Lego Church Project
https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-5qwph-dd0ec6 I am blessed to once again have JM Kraemer of The Lego Church Project as a guest. We discuss disability awareness going forward in a post COVID world and how this is the time that we need to be evangelizing.Check out The Lego Church Project on Facebook or visit https://prayingbricks.blogspot.