From a reader… QUAERITUR: Since the “Church” hasn’t excommunicated Joe Biden for his and the Democratic Party stance on abortion, which commandments/teaching do I/we have to follow? GUEST PRIEST RESPONSE: Fr. Tim Ferguson A good and timely question. And a … Continue reading →
“Why do we spend our lives striving to be something that we would never want to be, if only we knew what we wanted? Why do we waste our time doing things which, if we only stopped to think about them, are just the opposite of what we were made for?”
The past few Sundays have featured the November theme of the Four Last Things: Death, Judgment, Heaven, and Hell. In today’s Gospel we are reminded that we will one day have to account for our use of the gifts and resources that God has given us.
But today’s readings do more than that; they also set forth a virtue that helps us to use God’s gifts well
Media Release November 13, 2020
Delta Hospice Society Will Fight On in Face of a Disappointing Appeal
The Board of Directors of the Delta Hospice Society expresses its dismay at today’s B.C. Appeal Court ruling that denied the Society’s ability to protect itself from a hostile takeover via a mass membership drive. This ruling now puts our membership and our constitution at risk of being overrun by ideologues seeking to impose medical assistance in dying (MAiD) into our hospice.
“The end is near!” Our mental picture of a typical street evangelist often consists of a person standing in some public square and holding a sign with these words written on it. In society’s rush […]
#ASonnetADay – 90. “Then hate me when thou wilt; if ever, now…” pic.twitter.com/xeo6oW6bgt — Fr. John Zuhlsdorf (@fatherz) November 15, 2020
Homily Be struck with love for God. We will approach God differently.