“But we hold this treasure in earthen vessels, that the surpassing power may be of God and not from us” (2 Cor 4:7). The Illinois and Missouri area Justice and Peace Committee of the Adorers of the Blood of Christ sponsored a study day on diversity Sept. 12 to listen and learn about “Race, Space and Identity.”
Young people train for sports, for contests of all sorts, both physical and intellectual. Jashira Bolden, 16, is training young people to become tomorrow’s volunteers.
On the first Sunday of Advent in any year, whether from Cycle A readings (Matthew), or Cycle B (Mark), or Cycle C (Luke), the Sunday Gospel is taken from Jesus’ last discourse in one of these three Gospels.
The institution of the Feast of Christ the King dates from 1925. Pope Pius XI’s intention in establishing this feast was to counteract secularism and atheism. The liturgy of this feast celebrates the rule of Jesus over individuals, families, society in general, over the state and over the universe.
Our hearts and prayers go out to the people of Paris, their relatives and friends as they mourn the loss of those who were killed in the terrorist attacks last week. No matter what happens going forward, life has changed forever for some of those people.