Matthew, Mark, Luke and John – they aren’t a new boy band, but they are tops in the Christian hit parade … and required reading for anyone who wants to understand the message of Christ. In this episode, Catholic Central breaks them down for you.
Dear sisters and brothers in Christ, how can we find hope during these troubled times? We need to remember the impossible is possible through faith in God’s mercy. With the mercy of God, goodness can flow abundantly.
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The pope can seem like a distant, mysterious figure —especially at a time when the public can’t see him preaching in St. Peter’s Square. But the Holy Father is just that, a father, and that’s the best way to understand him.
There is no doubt that these are some unprecedented times! With church and business closings, cancellation of Holy Mass and the necessity of physical distancing, life has dramatically changed for most of us.
If we find ourselves outside at sunset and the sky is clear, we can remember how light surprises. As shadows lengthen and the sun dips below the horizon, we can sense the gradual retreat of daylight. Soon, twilight advances and dusk gives way to approaching darkness. This daily transition opens the night sky to our vision. Gradually the stars begin to appear through the blue-gray haze of late evening. The dark of night invites the stars to reveal themselves. More and more, they sparkle in the night sky. They are always there, but visible now only in the darkness. These celestial beacons keep watch through the night, ever vigilant and faithful.
Running out of things to read? The Bible has been around in one form or another for 5,000 years, and we haven’t stopped reading it yet! Let's walk through it - either with your own bible or with an online version - and learn new ways to understand and make sense of it by watching another entertaining 8-minute episode of Catholic Central.