Waiting on the Lord

This was the day they waited.  The Lord was dead.  They mourned and they waited.  I can only imagine what that was like.  They were afraid.  They were distraught.  They were defeated.  They didn’t understand what happened.  They didn’t know what was going to happen.  All they could do was...

Jesus and Late Mayor Daley Share Spotlight on Easter

CHICAGO, (MetroCatholic) — The Thomas More Society has secured a permit for the fifth annual “Easter Cross” demonstration on Chicago’s Daley Plaza, with a 19-foot tall wooden cross to be erected on Holy Thursday, and an interdenominational Sunrise Service to occur at 6 a.m. CDT...

New U.S. Catholics Include Former Abortion Clinic Administrator, Marine, Seven Family Members

WASHINGTON (MetroCatholic) —A young adult raised in communist Cuba, an African woman who grew up as a Muslim, a marine being deployed in June, and a former abortion clinic administrator, along with tens of thousands others around the country, are joining the Catholic Church in the United States at...

EASTER TRIDUUM LEADS US TO CHRIST

VATICAN CITY, 31 MAR 2010 (VIS) - The Easter Triduum was the central theme of Benedict XVI ‘s catechesis during his general audience, held this morning in St. Peter’s Square. “We are”, the Pope began, “living through the holy days that invite us to meditate upon the...

Holy Week

Little Elm, TX (MetroCatholic) - A favorite re-run of mine: Holy Week is upon us. There will be opportunities for us to spiritually walk with Christ as He is received with shouts of “Blessed is He who comes in the name of the Lord!”; as He institutes the Eucharist and the priesthood; the...

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