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After the Easter Triduum, Epiphany is one of the oldest of Christian feasts – its observance pre-dates even the celebration of Christmas!
On a day when lots of resolutions are being made, resolve to keep Mary in your heart, to be guided by her love of Christ as we navigate the sea of life, whether it be turbulent or calm. She is your mother, and she wants only good things for you.
The feast of the Holy Family dates back to the 19th century where it was celebrated in Canada and widely celebrated by the Church in 1920. We recognize the beauty, faithfulness, and model that is shown by the Holy Family.
Christians around the world will celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ on December 25. This great celebration has taken place for almost 2,000 years on this date.
During this entire Fourth Week of Advent (lasting all of 24 hours) it is best that you review your travelogue.
Many Hispanic members of our diocese have traveled long journeys to arrive in the Bluegrass; some of us from other parts of the country and some from other countries, through many generations and with endless stories. One of the beautiful traditions packed in our mental and spiritual suitcases is that of the Posadas.
Isaiah testified that, “In my God is the joy of my soul.” Like Isaiah, are we convinced that God is the source of our joy?
Flowers in December, the brown skin of the Queen of Heaven and Earth, and a request, all pieces of a story which has been carried from generation to generation for almost 500 years.
As we prepare anew for the coming of Jesus into the world, are we open to God’s call in our daily lives?
Recently, during Mass, I placed consecrated hosts in several pyxes for our ministers to the homebound. As I returned the pyxes to their place on the altar I began to think about the Feast of the Immaculate Conception.