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A reflection for the Fifth Sunday of Lent The question is often raised, “If God is good, why is there evil in the world?” Sometimes this dilemma is even used as a proof that God does not exist – if God is all-good and all-powerful, shouldn’t He be able to prevent all evil from happening? ...read more
Msgr. Ken Velo’s homily at Cardinal Bernadin’s funeral mass April 2, 1928 – November 14, 1996 Funeral Mass on November 21, 1996 Monday marks the 20th anniversary of death of Cardinal Joseph Bernardin, the son of Italian immigrants who rose to become the senior Catholic Church leader in the United States. Joseph Bernardin died on ...read more
As the token Mexican American in our little office community, I feel it is my responsibility to share with my colleagues (and our audience) more about a culture that they may not be too familiar with. So, what culture are we talking about? La cultura Mexicana. I’ve always joked that this time of the year, ...read more
The Vatican’s Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith on Tuesday published a new instruction on the burial of the dead and on the conservation of the ashes in cases of cremation. The instruction reiterates the long held view that the Church is not opposed to the practice of cremation, though it continues to recommend ...read more
Welcome to S+L’s Weekly News Round-Up. As the Director of Marketing and Communications here at S+L, many interesting Catholic news stories and articles come across my desk on a daily basis. Some of them we’ll cover on our different television programs and others I’d like to share with you on this blog. This blog column ...read more
Listening to all the readings at Mass about the end of times at this time of the year makes you wonder if we should be proclaiming them as “the Good News!” Recently while visiting my parents I found a book titled, “The Final Hour.” It’s about all the end-time prophecies. I have to be honest, ...read more