One of the bigger mistakes one can make is to read Scripture as a spectator, treating it as merely a collection of stories and events that took place thousands of years ago. While these are historical accounts, they are much more than that.
Truth be told, these ancient stories are our stories
Sister Stephanie Baliga runs a marathon on a treadmill in 2020
A newborn sleeps swaddled in a blanket.
It’s time to get back to Mass! Really? Why? The calls, framed with just a bit of anxiety, are beginning to come, aren’t they? This is Cardinal Dolan’s, but perhaps you’ve seen them in your own part […]
#ASonnetADay – Sonnet 149. “Canst thou, O cruel! say I love thee not…” pic.twitter.com/SRsxIJxulC — Fr. John Zuhlsdorf (@fatherz) April 19, 2021
The relics were stored in coffee jars and buried beneath an inch of cement.
New Zealand church demolition yields trove of Catholic relics