January 27, 2013
If Jesus is in the bread, why do we eat Him?
This question touches the heart of our faith and ponders the very nature of who God is and what His relationship with us is. The people of Jesus’ time asked this question as well. To begin to understand this mystery, which is the very center of our faith, we need to contemplate several theological truths....(read the full blog for an inspiring and insightful explanation)
January 9, 2013
First Year Confirmation students are able to ask questions in class or anonymously via a question box to then be answered by our Catechists. November's question, answered by LisaMarie is: Why does nobody smile during Mass if the Church is all about the joy of God?
January 8, 2013
You can only give what you yourself have and you can only lead where you've been. It's a solid motto in ministry when working with our volunteer leaders. I think there's truth to this when it comes to parents forming the faith of their children as well, but in the busyness of life and parenthood, how do you take time to care for your own faith and spirituality?
January 6, 2013
"Just as different seasons of the weather bring back different memories and experiences for each of us, the seasons of the Liturgical calendar can also instill memories and experiences that add meaning to our faith. Visual symbolism and spiritual ritualism can help us create robust rhythms of prayer and deepen not only our understanding of the Catholic faith, but also deep our relationship with God.
Here are some keys to celebrating the liturgical seasons at home as a family..."