33rd Sunday of the Year - No One Knows the Hour
Release Date: 11/14/2015
Paul encounters Lydia, who hears the Gospel and is baptized with her whole household. Her example inspires us to open our hearts as we follow Jesus Christ.info_outline Study, Pray, Serve: The Ascension of the Lord
Let's take a look at some of the main themes we find in the Scripture readings for the Ascension of the Lord.info_outline 6th Sunday of Easter: We share the love we have received from Christ
The Lord's command to love one another requires us to open our hearts to His love first. Simply put, the closer we are to Christ the easier it is for us to share His love with the people in our lives.info_outline Daily Mass: Following Christ means we will encounter conflict
John's Gospel offers sobering words to prepare us for the conflict that we will encounter as disciples of Jesus Christ.info_outline Daily Mass: The Council of Jerusalem, the resolution
The end of chapter 15 of Acts of the Apostles shows how the early Church came to a united resolution that empowered the mission of the Gospel to the gentiles.info_outline Daily Mass: The Council of Jerusalem, the discussion
Chapter 15 of Acts of the Apostles offers "Part II" of the Council of Jerusalem. The Apostles gather to have an intense discussion and offer us an example to follow today.info_outline Daily Mass: The Council of Jerusalem, the issue
Chapter 15 of the Acts of the Apostles addresses the first major debate within the early Church, namely, does a person have to be Jewish to follow Jesus? Today we have the first part of this debate, which highlights the need to come together for an intense discussion.info_outline Daily Mass: Peace I leave with you
Jesus offers something that the world does not give, yet the world desperately needs. May we draw close to the Prince of Peace to heal our hearts and give serenity to our souls.info_outline Daily Mass: The example of Philip and James
On this feast of the Apostles, Philip and James, we recall that God calls every one of us in a unique and personal way to proclaim the message of Jesus Christ.info_outline Study, Pray, Serve: 6th Sunday of Easter
Let's take a look at some of the major themes in the Scripture readings for the 6th Week of Easter.info_outline
Life offers difficulties and multiple uncertainties. What's more, no one knows the hour when we will be called by God out of this world. So how do we live?
Answer: Fully alive in the present moment!
- What's your "bucket list" of unfinished business? Get 'er done.
- Perform a daily diagnostic. It's called an Examination of Conscience.
- Dare to share your heart. Say "I love you" to the people in your life!
November 11, 2015 - St. Anthony Catholic Church - Superior, WI
Fr. Andrew Ricci - studyprayserve.come
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