Seeking Easter Joy

Seeking Easter Joy

Christ is risen! Truly He is risen! The stone is rolled away. The tomb where Christ once laid is empty. Death did not hold Him. He conquered death and restored life. Jesus, Our Redeemer, brings us life, love, and hope won for us all through His passion, death, and...

The Paschal Mystery In Light Of COVID-19

The Paschal Mystery In Light Of COVID-19

As we navigate through the Coronavirus and the seemingly unending strain of directives and regulations released by the Church and government agencies, we pray for and await good health and healing in all the world. In most dioceses, the latest is: Closed and locked...

If You Love Me | Liturgy Live

If You Love Me | Liturgy Live

This week on the Liturgy Live Podcast we talk about the fulfilment of the prophesy of Amos with the inclusion of the Gentiles into the church without Old Covenant necessities. We discuss that there is a difference between some of the laws in the OT that are covenant...

Worthy to Suffer | Liturgy Live

Worthy to Suffer | Liturgy Live

This week on the podcast we talk about how in the first reading, Peter is no longer under the authority of the Sanhedrin. He is in the Spirit and has the courage to face the punishment that comes from proclaiming the Gospel. We talk about fear of being publicly...

5 Joys Of Preparing RCIA Candidates

5 Joys Of Preparing RCIA Candidates

What is RCIA? What are the Steps? For the past few decades, the normal way for an unbaptized non-Catholic to enter the Catholic Church is the RCIA process. This stands for the Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults. There is an entire book of the Church (aptly named...

TXT Stories Easter: He’s Back!

TXT Stories Easter: He’s Back!

TXT Stories has imagined what communication would have looked like if the followers of Jesus had text messaging at the first Easter.  Of course, this isn't scripturally accurate, but with Easter Sunday falling on April Fool's Day this year, we can all enjoy...

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