Sunday May 11th: Sunday of the Fourth Week of Easter Year A St. Elizabeth Mother of John the Baptist Parish St. Louis, Missouri, U.S.A. Acts 2: 14A,36-41: PS 23:1-2A,3B-4, 5, 6: 1 Pt 2:20B-25: Jn 10:1-10. When people hear that I have 5 brothers and 5 sisters they often tell me that my mom… Continue reading Mothers Day 2014
Most Catholics, following the teaching of the Catechism of the Catholic Churchaccept that hell exists. Yet some Catholics hold that while hell exists it could very well be the case that no human beings will end up in hell. While the Church never condemns anyone to hell or definitively teaches that anyone is in hell,… Continue reading Is Hell Populated?
Each of the four Gospels is a part of the Divine Revelation of God. Through Divine Revelation contained in Sacred Scripture “God chose to show forth and communicate Himself and the eternal decisions of His will regarding the salvation of men.” Each of the four Gospel writers selected for the content of their Gospels… Continue reading Jesus as Christ, Teacher and Son of God In the Gospel of St. Mark
The word liturgy is often used by Catholics as synonymous with the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass. While all of liturgy culminates in the Mass, the Mass is not the whole of liturgy. The word liturgy can signify a variety of other services as well. Liturgy at its root means an obligation… Continue reading What is Liturgy?