The season of “Advent” is a time when the Church turns her attention to the coming of Christ. Most of us look forward to seeing Jesus in the manger, but do we also look forward to Jesus coming on the clouds of Heaven to judge the living and the dead?
The Pantry is OPENED on the third Saturday of the month, 9-11 AM. The next “Open Pantry” is October 16, 9-11AM. The Pantry is located in the basement of the new church hall, accessed by the inclined sidewalk near the school playground. Some items are limited. A checklist of pantry items is offered to people with mobility limitations from which they can select, and volunteers bag and place in their vehicle. Masks are required in the open pantry.
The Bible is filled with genealogies! These lists of parents and children are not page-fillers, but reminders that God's promises and commandments have been handed on in the family for generations in the past and should be handed on to our own children.
If you follow the news at all – or read a little bit of Church history – you know that there is no shortage of serious sins within the hierarchy of the Catholic Church. Despite the disheartening misdeeds of the leaders (and former leaders) of the Church, I remain quite hope-filled for the future of the Catholic Church.
Is your temperature rising? Because it's National NFP Awareness Week, when the Catholic Church's focus on Natural Family Planning reaches its peak. What is Natural Family Planning, and why should you learn more about it?
Today (June 29) the Catholic Church celebrates one of its most ancient feasts - the Solemnity of Saints Peter and Paul. Why was the bishop of Rome was essential in maintaining the unity of the early Church in the truth of the Catholic faith, why does he remain essential today?