"The recently published circular letter, “On the bread and wine for the Eucharist” sent to diocesan bishops at the request of Pope Francis drew worldwide attention by urging bishops to be wary of “gluten-free” hosts . . "...

"A while back, I had reflected on Reading the Bible through a Green Lens by Calvin B. DeWitt. My reading on environmental issues had been from a secular perspective and I wanted to approach this topic from a biblical/spiritual perspective. What follows is my personal reflection on this article."...

"To be a window for Christ means having the freedom to allow Christ to be visible through me.  Christ will be my actions and my words.  I trust the Holy Spirit to shine through me."...

"Jesus told his disciples to take nothing for the journey, to travel light. This begs the question, “When does the tourist become a pilgrim?” The answer is so appropriate – when you lose your luggage. Bishop Robert Barron invites us all to become detached from wealth, pleasure, power and honor. St. Ignatius of Loyola did just that after reading the Imitation of Christ and lives of the saints, while recuperating from his wounds. His dreams about winning glory in battle changed dramatically to doing glorious things for Christ. He found a new freedom, and worked tirelessly for God’s kingdom to grow."...

In 1992, Pope John Paul II authorized a new Catechism of the Catholic Church . . . This series will try to explain various teachings of the Catechism in a simple way that hopefully will be easily understood ....

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