Gratitude. We are invited each year, with the celebration of Thanksgiving, to reflect on the many things we are thankful for: family, friends, faith, health, finances and the list goes on.
Those who, before the storms, were just getting by with no extra money for gas or food and who are living from paycheck to paycheck. What happens to them and their families when they are told to evacuate?
The Catechism of the Catholic Church states that “the education of the conscience is a lifelong task.” What does it mean to pray for “conscience”? Isn’t a conscience simply what all of us have, that is, a working conscience that somehow lets us know what is right and what is wrong?
I love going to Sunday Mass during the special seasons of the liturgical year. Advent liturgies always bring me back from all the trappings of the season and remind me of what is most important.
The Franciscan Sisters of Little Falls, as part of their 125th anniversary, hosted a celebration April 10 for people in the diocese who work in parish social ministry. These people are members of social justice teams or social concerns committees or outreach ministry committees. Whatever you call them, and their names differ from parish to […]