On Friday September 23rd Cardinal Arinze gave a talk on the importance of Sunday Holy Obligation and the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass in Charlotte, North Carolina during the Eucharistic Congress.
Church & Faith
My reflections from last week inspired by the Gospel readings, homilies, and September 11th, 2011. Can anyone believe that it has been ten years since the 9/11 attacks? For me it still feels like only a short time ago.
Recently, the Roman Catholic Church has put a tremendous focus on evangelization, especially from the hierarchical members.
Saint Roch is one, among many other saints, whose actual history is crowded with legend and therefore it is almost impossible to deduce whether legend is historically accurate or completely off base.
Saint Maximus the Confessor was born to Byzantine nobility and quickly became involved in Byzantium’s political atmosphere.
On July 27th Archbishoip Pietro Sambi, our Apostolic Nuncio, died from complications in the lung surgery he underwent only two weeks ago.
Nine ways a parish can provide information to parishoners in an affordable manner with personalized prayer cards.
The New American Bible Revised Edition contains a more accurate translation of the Greek and Hebrew texts aided by modern historical and archeological discoveries. The NABRE is approved for personal and group study.
The new mass translations are rooted in scripture. For more information on these and other new mass translation changes we have several resources available to guide you and ease the transition beginning this Advent 2011.
Pope Benedict XVI announced today that Pope John Paul II will be beatified on May 1st. In honor of this occasion, we’d like to share some of our favorite quotes that we feel reflect the heart of Pope John Paul II.