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Fourteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year C – July 3, 2016 The theme of “peacefulness” appears in all three of today’s readings, and there is a definite link between the first reading from Isaiah (66:10-14) and the reading from the Gospel of Luke (10:1-12, 17-20). Isaiah’s poetry celebrates the long-awaited return of Israel from exile ...read more
Today on Perspectives: The Vatican tells Bishops to get along with new movements, and vice versa. Details on Pope Francis’ meeting with World Food Program officials and a prescription to heal a hurting heart. Plus, the first anniversary of Laudato Sii is coming up, here’s how to celebrate! ...read more
Tonight on Perspectives: Cheridan Sanders chats with Dr. Josephine Lombardi about her latest book, Experts in Humanity: A Journey of Self-Discovery and Healing.   ...read more
One of the benefits of living in the craziest city in America is meeting some of the craziest people in America. A memorable example was a couple years ago at a friend of a friend’s birthday party. Making small talk with a woman I just met, “So what do you do for a living?” “Oh, ...read more
Today on Perspectives, the bishops of Ireland condemn attempts to introduce gay marriage, Catholic News Service explores the miracles attributed to a Marian Shrine in Ireland and a statue of Archbishop Romero is vandalized. ...read more
Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year B – February 8, 2015 The centerpiece of the stone ruins of the village of Capernaum on the Sea of Galilee’s northwest shore is the black octagonal Church of the Panis Vitae (Bread of Life), built directly above what is believed to be Simon Peter’s house, the setting for ...read more