April 17: Dedicated and Committed Discipleship

Easter celebrates the faithfulness of God to His Son Jesus, and the faithfulness of Jesus to all of us. True to His promises from of old, the Father never abandoned His Son, raising Him from the tomb and giving us

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April 15-16: The Bread of Life / El Pan de Vida

We have about 40 or so young people who are making their final preparations for their First Communion this spring. One of the things they are learning is that there is a great difference between ordinary bread (with a short

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14 de abril: El Día del Señor

Hoy, como en el tiempo de los Apóstoles, las condiciones no son las mejores para descubrir a Dios. Parece, como en la barca en el lago, que hay muchas olas y parece que nos hundimos. La obscuridad del mundo

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April 14: The Day of the Lord

Happy Easter!

Saint Luke wrote for an audience of cosmopolitan, middle-class Gentile converts, living in a skeptical society, yet committed to a religion with long, historic, and Jewish roots. This new religion (actually a fulfillment of the old) of which

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April 12-13: Preparing to Celebrate Sunday’s Mass

As we prepare for Mass this weekend, let us remember that are invited to enter into and relive the “Upper Room Experience” Sunday after Sunday. The same Jesus who, in the Upper Room, prepared His disciples for their preaching

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12-13 de abril: Preparándonos para Celebrar la Misa Dominical

Tener clara la imagen de Jesús era importante para sus primeros discípulos, y es importante también para nosotros. Es importante para toda la Iglesia, y para cada uno en particular. Hay tantas imágenes de Cristo, y tan distintas, que no

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April 11: All Your Heart / Todo Tu Corazón

See if you see a trend emerge in these passages from St. John’s Gospel. “The Father loves the Son and has entrusted everything into his hands.” “The Father loves the Son and shows Him all that He is doing.” “Jesus

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April 10: Encouragement / Ánimo

In John 3, 16, Jesús says, “God did not send His Son into the world to condemn it, but to save it.” The famed Biblical scholar St. Jerome commented on this passage saying, “It would have been much easier for

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April 9: The Wind Blows Where It Pleases….

The Old Testament of the Bible reminds us on occasion that: “Just as you do not know how the breath comes to the bones in the mother’s womb, so you do not know the work of God, who makes everything.”

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April 8: The Annunciation of the Lord / La Anunciación del Señor

We celebrate today the Annunciation to Mary and the start of her “divine pregnancy.” We typically do this exactly nine months before December 25th, in order to place Christ’s conception nine months before his birth. This year, the Feast has

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