open Bible
Posted by Kelsey Cronin on 01/22/2019

This week in our blog series on prayer, we will look at lectio divina, an ancient form of prayer whose name translates literally to “divine reading.” In lectio divina, we pray with scripture and come to know God through what is truly his living Word.

open Bible
Posted by Kelsey Cronin on 01/25/2019

Posted by Kelsey Cronin on 02/21/2019
A Reflection on Ash Wednesday

Open hands praying
Posted by Kelsey Cronin on 03/5/2019

In recent years, there have been more and more ways to sell personal items online and make a little spare cash. While we used to have to pay for classified ads in the local newspaper or tack an index card on the bulletin board in the local supermarket, today we can try to clean up our cluttered garages and attics using sites like Craigslist or eBay.

St. Francis, pray for us!
Posted by Kelsey Cronin on 03/5/2019
CatholicTV Webathon Novena: Day 1

Thank you for dedicating nine days of your Lenten journey to the CatholicTV Webathon Novena. Today, Day 1 of the Novena, we ask Saint Francis of Assisi to pray for us.

"40 Days 40 Chaplets" and Divine Mercy Jesus image
Posted by Alexis Richard on 03/6/2019

 Will you join us in praying the Divine Mercy Chaplet every day this Lent?

Woman standing in Cathedral
Posted by Kelsey Cronin on 04/3/2019

Cardinal Sean pouring Chrism into vessel
Posted by Kelsey Cronin on 04/16/2019

During Holy Week, bishops from dioceses around the world celebrate the Chrism Mass. Though the Chrism Mass is usually on the morning of Holy Thursday, it can fall on another day of the week if need be. During the Mass, three types of oil are blessed for each church in the diocese to use throughout the coming year. In addition to the blessing of the oils, all the priests and bishops of the diocese publicly renew their priestly promises at the Chrism Mass.

Trees in bloom
Posted by Kelsey Cronin on 04/22/2019

“The LORD God took the man and put him in the garden of Eden to till it and keep it.” – Genesis 2:15