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26-27 de abril: Preparándonos para Celebra la Misa Dominical

De manera única, celebramos en la Pascua que Dios habita en nosotros, pero habría que decir más bien: nosotros habitamos en Dios. En Él vivimos, nos movemos, y existimos. Es lo que Jesús formula con la comparación de la vid

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April 26-27: Preparing to Celebrate Sunday’s Mass

The familiar teaching of Jesus about “the vine and the branches” (John 15, 1-8) is taken from the Last Supper discourse. Jesus uses an Old Testament image of the vine and branches, very familiar to His disciples, to help them

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April 25: St. Mark / San Marcos

Today we celebrate the Feastday of the Gospel writer St. Mark, who wrote the earliest of our four Gospels. Testimonies from the early Church describe St. Mark as an assistant to St. Peter. His help probably included translating St.

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April 24: The Acts of the Apostles, part 3

Throughout the Easter season, the first readings at Mass (on Sundays and weekdays alike) are taken from the Acts of the Apostles. Practically this makes sense since Acts recounts the events following Jesus’ death and Resurrection. But there is also

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April 23: The Acts of the Apostles, part 2

From early on in the Acts of the Apostles, St. Peter is shown to have great courage, pointing the way forward for the Church. That courage was certainly not there for St. Peter, at least not fully, through much of

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April 22: The Acts of the Apostles, part 1

By his own admission, St. Luke was Divinely inspired to write his Gospel for this reason: “Since many have undertaken to compile a narrative of the events that have been fulfilled among us, just as those who were eyewitnesses from

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April 21: The Day of the Lord

A Prayer for Good Shepherd Sunday: “O God, you never cease to call your people, even those far away, for it is your will that all be drawn into one fold. Attune our ears to the voice of your Son,  

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20 de abril: El Día del Señor

Hay dos experiencias básicas, fundamentales, y profundas que todo cristiano debe tener en su vida, si quiere considerarse tal. La primera es sentir a Cristo vivo, Resucitado de entre los muertos. La segunda es sentirse hijo/hija de Dios y,

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19-20 de abril: Preparándonos para Celebrar la Misa Dominical

La vida “nueva” del cristiano, producida por Dios en la Resurrección de su Hijo, es una realidad maravillosa que debería manifestarse en gestos, signos, y actitudes. Pero no siempre sucede así. Por ello se necesitan personas que manifiesten concretamente en

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April 19-20: Preparing to Celebrate Sunday’s Mass

The longstanding tradition of the Church is to celebrate the Fourth Sunday of Easter as Good Shepherd Sunday. Obviously, we continue to reflect on the meaning of the Resurrection, but added emphasis is given this weekend to celebrating the Risen

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