Most Reverend Richard Grecco, Bishop of the Diocese of Charlottetown, announces the following Clergy Changes.
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Editor’s note: The following homily was preached by the Reverend Peter M. J. Stravinskas, Ph.D., S.T.D., on July 26, 2020 at the Church of the Holy Innocents, New York City. If today were not a Sunday, […]
Homily Homily begins at 11:40.
I hope we can connect today with this great love story in the Eucharist! Jesus came to show us the real story. Stay connected with it and live in it.
Homily How to prepare for the end?
Honor your father and mother” (which is the first commandment with a promise), “that it may go well with you and that you may have a long life on the earth.” Eph : 6:2-3
Today we celebrate the Parents’ day. The feast of St Anne and Joachim, the parents of our dear mother Mary. To all the parents listening to us, warm greetings and blessings. Let long life be your reward.
With a grateful heart, we praise and thank the Lord for the gift of our parents. We tasted God’s love first time through our parents. We are inspired by the example of Jesus our Lord, who even from the Cross took care of his mother Mary and entrusted her care to his favorite disciple. Jesus showed his love for his mother until the end. This Sunday is a Sunday of gratefulness celebrating the unconditional love of our parents as Jesus did.
Confusion. Uncertainty. Anxiety.
These are the subjects of weighty discussions among parents and teachers as Alberta gingerly negotiates the resumption of in-person classes this fall, amid the COVID-19 pandemic. In less than five weeks, students are expected to be in class after distance learning since the spring.
“The best part is to be able to see our students again and to be able to have some semblance of normalcy, but once you get past that quick reaction, it’s the realization that there’s actually not going to be anything normal about our return,” said Sandra Haltiner, who represents 2,400 teachers as president of the Edmonton Catholic Teachers local of the Alberta Teachers Association.