The Solemnity of the Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ
You can find today’s readings here.
1st Reading: Exodus 24:3-8
Psalm: PsalmRead more »
One of my Protestant friends commented one day about the Eucharist. From his standpoint, Jesus’s “Do this in memory ofRead more »
I didn’t make it to Mass last year on Ash Wednesday. I remember seeing a Mass schedule on the door to the chapel at St. David’s as IRead more »
OK, public confession: I hate going to the doctor. I think it’s a waste of time and money. Sitting on the awkward paper-covered table andRead more »
Gospel of John Chapter 1, NAB
“In the beginning…” Genesis 1:1 and John 1:1
I’ve been attending Mass all my life, andRead more »
The Lord’s Prayer, as taught to us by our Savior, seems simplistic on the surface – yet is profound and multi-faceted in its message. OneRead more »
Our 4th child was recently baptized. It was a beautiful ceremony done during Mass, which was unique from our other 3 children, whoseRead more »
Cinderella story? Well, sort of… Love at first sight? Maybe. All I know is the first night I met my husband I was smitten. We talked forRead more »
Pope Benedict XVI celebrates the mass
The word Eucharist literally means “thanksgiving” and since tomorrow is Thanksgiving Day in theRead more »
Today’s Mass Readings, with a reflection below.
The marriage of Mary and Joseph.
Thirty-Third Sunday in Ordinary Time
Lectionary:Read more »
I can’t believe it’s October already. This year has gone by at warp speed. I realized the other day that a year ago- lastRead more »
I was raised by a mother who understood love best in giving and receiving gifts. Each treasure was meticulously chosen, prepared, and, atRead more »
I’m Catholic and have been since birth. My faith has always been part of the definition of me. That being said, in May 2010Read more »
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