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“And the Word Was Made Flesh”: The Bible and the Eucharist

The Scriptures are important in helping us understand the mystery of the Eucharist; the Blessed Sacrament reveals to us in grace the meaning of the Word.

Unsure of What Prayers to Say Next Time You Go To Adoration? Try These!

Many saints had favorite prayers and reflections they turned to - perfect for the next time you pray in front of the Blessed Sacrament!

A Glimpse of the Transfiguration: Adoration and Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament

Do you know the history and significance of the act of Adoration? Fr. Matthew Keller breaks it down.

Bishop Wall: “Today is a historic day”

Bishop Wall's statement joins the rest of the U.S. bishops in celebrating the overturning of Roe v. Wade.

Be a Silver Lining to Those in Darkness

‘To honor the World Day of the Sick, let’s ask ourselves how we can help someone passing through this COVID storm.’

“Terror of Demons”: The Significance of the Year of St. Joseph

In this year of Saint Joseph, this title may well help us all to understand his particular patronage over the universal Church as well as his personal protection for all of us.

From the Bishop: What does the Catholic Church Teach About Same-Sex Civil Unions?

Pope Francis’ remarks may appear to propose a “middle ground” that would grant the legal protection of those with same-sex attraction who have formed a life together.  This is a pastoral proposal, given on a practical level (a prudential judgement), which does not change the Church’s teaching.

The Wages of Sin | Sunday Homily

"When the soul gives in to sin, it does not bear fruit...the fruit of happiness, meaning, justice, loveliness, and interior peace." Homilist: Bishop James Wall

Little Sisters of the Poor and Religious Liberty: Debunking the Myths

‘We have been subjected to criticism, derision and even death threats. We’d like nothing better than to return to our mission unhindered by the fear of millions of dollars in fines.’
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The Biblical Case for the Papacy | Sunday Homily

Bishop Wall examines the Gospel of Matthew, Chapter 16, in which Jesus designates Peter as the first Pope.

Saints for Today: Catherine of Siena

When the Black Death plague pandemic swept Europe and Catherine’s community of Siena, she devoted her life to nursing, caring for the most seriously ill and those with cancer and leprosy.

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