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We’re used to prophets being young, like Jeremiah and John the Baptist. As prophets, after all, their job is to look ahead. On the other hand, we think of elders as caretakers of the past. But Pope Francis asks us to see our elders looking ahead to the future. He gives us Simeon and Anna ...read more
When someone who knows little or nothing about Jesus Christ comes to us, what do we say to them and where do we begin to tell the story of Jesus? I don’t think that there are many who would begin where Matthew did in his Gospel account, where the first line of the first page ...read more
Oh, it’s new year again! How are there only 365 days in a year? If only we could double or triple the length of a year, then I should be able to complete my New Year’s Resolutions. Wait a second! I haven’t changed my resolutions for a few years now. Every end of December and ...read more
In this Video Fr. Rob Galea talks about the Holy Spirit. Who is the Holy Spirit? 1. The Holy Spirit is a Person. 2. The Holy Spirit Empowers us. 3. The Holy Spirit causes us to live and extraordinary life (Through the eyes of God) 4. The Holy Spirit is Powerful but Gentle. Follow Fr. ...read more
“The grace of God has appeared for the salvation of all men” (Tit 2:11). The words of the Apostle Paul reveal the mystery of this holy night: the grace of God has appeared, his gift is free; in the Child given unto us the love of God is made visible. It is a night of ...read more
  Christmas Reflection on the readings for Midnight Mass Video of America Magazine and American Bible Society Fr. Thomas Rosica, CSB Each year on Christmas Eve, the Church presents us with beautiful Scriptural readings for the traditional Christmas Midnight Liturgy. The familiar text of Isaiah 9:1-7, Psalm 96, the selection from Paul’s letter to Titus ...read more