This week’s “Parish Table Talk”: Remembering Brian Johnson; Convocation of Catholic Leaders; Fortnight concludes; plus this Thursday’s blog post. Read more
Last week, Deacon Presberry wrote about how “Church isn’t out for summer”. It does have seasons – liturgical seasons. And just like we gear up for sprinklers and strawberries in the summer and snow shovels and hot cocoa in the winter, we can prepare for the Church seasons of fasting and feasting through intentional liturgical living.
This week’s “Parish Table Talk”: Lead with the Beautiful; Celebrating ordination; Faith of the fathers; plus this Thursday’s blog post. Read more
Oh!! Know who said that? A young girl said this after Mass to her mother on Sunday. Her mom and I told her that the Church has seasons but they’re liturgical. Unlike schools, the Church is never closed. Vacations? We all need them, young and old alike. The Church recognizes this and invites us to spend some time away rejuvenate ourselves. Read more
This week’s “Parish Table Talk”: Volunteer Appreciation Day for Prison Ministry; Fortnight for Freedom; Website for selecting songs; plus this Thursday’s blog post. Read more
People come to church bearing gifts. They come to us, made in the image and likeness of God. That is gift enough. But wait … there’s more:they bring to us their gifts, their talents, their time, and treasure.They entrust to us those that they love most in this world, and ask only that we love them as well. We, for our part, ask them to serve in our parishes in a number of great ways.
Here then are seven not so great ways to invite people to ministry: Read more
This week’s “Parish Table Talk”: Resource for teaching young people to pray; Article on the future of parish life; Making a splash; plus this Thursday’s blog post. Read more
The sacramental life of St. Mother Teresa of Calcutta, particularly the sacrament of the Most Holy Eucharist, gave St. Mother Teresa everything that she needed to serve the poorest of the poor in Calcutta. Read more