Jesus broke bread with his disciples on their last evening together, sharing bread and wine — his body and blood — and forming a bond between them as disciples. We remember this meal and Christ’s sacrifice and celebrate it with our friends every week when we go to Mass.
“It is the divine name that alone brings salvation” (Catechism of the Catholic Church, No. 432). The month of January is dedicated to the holy name of Jesus. The Church […]
We know that “Jesus is the reason for the season.” It’s true, and, perhaps just as importantly, it rhymes. But how often do we think about what Jesus’ birth means […]
THE FEAST OF OUR LORD JESUS CHRIST, King of the Universe is the final Sunday in the liturgical year. This year it is Nov. 22. (The First Sunday of Advent […]