The Feast of the Holy Trinity
Release Date: 06/15/2014
The Parable of the Sower teaches us the care, diligence and effort required for a seed to grow. The same is true for the garden of our hearts.info_outline Daily Mass: Fear is useless; trust in Christ
While the experience of fear is part of human life, we know that it is often useless, depriving us of time, energy and focus. The answer? We turn to Jesus Christ for the strength and wisdom we need.info_outline Daily Mass: Our task will not be easy, but God will give us strength!
The Lord speaks with great clarity that persecution and hardship will accompany us as disciples, even as we trust in the Lord for the grace and strength to overcome them.info_outline Daily Mass: Three qualities to apply as we serve the Lord
As the Lord empowers the Apostles for their work, he gives them some insights into how they are to do it.info_outline Daily Mass: Christ calls us by name to do His work today
Jesus calls the Twelve by name and empowers them to do mighty deeds in His name. May we never forget that the Lord continues to call each of us!info_outline Daily Mass: We have the Lord's work to do today
The compassion of Jesus shines through the various aspects of His earthly ministry, inviting us to offer our lives today as we carry on the Lord's work with loving hearts.info_outline Daily Mass: Jesus heals two people
Two beautiful examples showing how the Lord brings healing and hope to our lives.info_outline 14th Sunday of the Year: Removing the obstacles to God's grace
Christ's invitation to come to Him in our weariness and labor reveals a compassion that has no limit or boundary. May we remove the obstacles that keep us from His grace!info_outline Daily Mass: The Lord speaks of peace to His people
On this 4th of July the Psalm response can stir our hearts to action: "The Lord speaks of peace to His people." May the peace of Christ rule our lives as we unite together...in God's peace.info_outline Daily Mass: What we learn from doubting Thomas
In many ways, the doubts of the Apostle Thomas reflect the questions that surface in the hearts of young adults today. Through truth, beauty and goodness we provide opportunities that help them see something bigger than themselves...leading to an encounter with God.info_outline
There are many ways to say "I love you" to the people in our lives:
- with words
- with actions
- being present to another in silence and stillness
The reality of love, its power and beauty, can thus be expressed in many different ways. Similarly, the love of God is revealed to us through the mystery of the Trinity: one God, revealed in three Persons.
May we enter into this great mystery of God's love, and may we express this love - in a variety of powerful ways - to the people in our lives.
June 15, 2014 - Cathedral of Christ the King - Superior, WI
Fr. Andrew Ricci