Resources Prayer & Study Guide Resurrectional Troparion Tone 4 Prayer Before Meals Videos: Sunday Gospel Reflection: Audio Only https://byzantine-gospel-reflections.s3.amazonaws.com/20200510_Sunday_of_the_Samaritan_Woman.mp3
In another post, I commented on some good points made by Joseph Shaw in a piece at HPR.
I want to return to Shaw’s piece for some final points. Picking up toward the end…
The thing about Rome in late springtime is, it’s just about perfect. It is the world’s garden, if you will: bathed in the light of a Sun that has yet to saturate the earth with […]
Sent into the world to be its light, Jesus Christ began to teach men from the moment of his coming. While still in the womb of the Blessed Virgin, without a word and, it seems, without any movement, he spoke. He is the Word of the Eternal Father, and so it is not only all that he does and all that he suffers that speaks, but also all that he is, and in a manner that those who are attuned to the divine mysteries can understand.
At this time of serious crisis that the Church and the world are passing through, it is my wish to abide by an attitude of deep charity towards my brother in Christ, Cardinal Robert Sarah, whom I immediately forgave for the grave wrong he committed against the truth and my person. Genuine charity, however, cannot disregard the truth, since it has its foundation in it. I therefore have the duty, also for the sake of fraternal correction, to make known the series of events as they occurred, with regard to Cardinal Sarah’s signing of the Appeal.
In two cases now before the Supreme Court, will the federal courts be deciding who is a “minister?”…
In two cases now before the Supreme Court, the justices are dealing with the constitutional status of a “minister” at a religious school and with the question of who decides the qualifications of a minister: churches and religious schools, or the federal courts. The cases set for oral argument on May 11 are Our Lady of Guadalupe School v. Morrissey-Berru and St. James School v. Biel.
She was grinding grain of wheat and barley when he came up from behind, startling her with a quick kiss to the cheek that made her jump and give a little cry out loud. “Yeshua,” she chided as he laughed. “You wouldn’t find this so funny if I spilled the flour into the dirt and we had no bread.” He poured out a bit of water and sipped it, still smiling as he watched his mother’s clever hands at work. “I would never be leaving you without bread, Eema.”