BLOG: Deacon Pedro
Last week we began exploring the Shroud of Turin. What more can we determine from studying it? Is the man of the shroud Jesus? more
The Shroud of Turin, believed to be the burial shroud of Jesus Christ, has revealed some startling facts about the man it once contained. more
In the hand or on the tongue? Deacon Pedro looks at these two ways of receiving Communion and what the Church has to say about them. more
Deacon Pedro discusses how and how often we should receive Communion. more
Deacon Pedro Guevara-Mann reflects on Communion in the days of the Apostles and looks at evidence for the practice in the early Church. more
When we receive the Eucharist, we receive the fullness of God. We are also brought into communion with Christ and with each other, the Body of Christ. more
As we begin reading chapter 6 of the Gospel of John at Mass, Deacon Pedro looks at the need to receive Communion with reverence. more
Deacon Pedro concludes this series on Church Mothers with a look at a fascinating woman named Egeria, the first pilgrim to the Holy Land. more
Deacon Pedro explores the lives of four more women of the early Church: St. Melania the Elder, St. Melania the Younger, St. Paula, and St. Eustochium. more
Deacon Pedro introduces us to some holy women from the 4th century: St. Helena, St. Catherine of Alexandria, St. Monica, St. Marcella, and St. Mary of Egypt. more