In this photo, we see some of the leaders of the community of La Concepción, F.M., Honduras behind the altar of their new church. Their old church washed away in floods, and now they are building a new church out
One of the primary ways of traveling in our rugged sister parish is by hitchhiking. In this photo, we see 3 hitchhikers that we picked up on our way to Plan de Rancho. That is a community so high in
Dania Aracoli Monguia-Sierra is a 16-year old girl who lives in our sister parish. She goes to Santa Rita Church, one of the 81 churches of our sister parish. The community of Santa Rita is very rural as is most of
In this photo, we see a little with his mother and godmother after his baptism at the Church of San Antonio in our sister parish. This is a new church in our sister parish, part of which was built with
In this photo, we see members of a women’s group of the Church of Our Lady of Mercedes in the municipio of La Libertad. This is the community in which the mayor gave a building to our sister parish to
Hoy, los cristianos católicos comenzamos la temporada de las 4 semanas de Adviento, esta época es también conocida como la “espera gozosa.” Por supuesto, que es a Jesucristo a quien esperamos. Las dos primeras semanas de adviento se concentran en
Here we are at the beginning of the new liturgical year which will use the Gospel according to Matthew for most of the Sunday Readings.
Most of us are aware of how our weekly worship works. Each year we tell the
Today, Catholic Christians begin the 4-week season called Advent, the season called “joyful expectation.” What we are expecting is, of course, Jesus Christ. The first two weeks focuses on the second coming of Jesus at the end of time and
Today, Catholic Christians begin the 4-week season called Advent, the season called “joyful expectation.” What we are expecting is, of course, Jesus Christ. The first two weeks focuses on the second coming of Jesus at the end
In this photo, we see John Walsh, St. Mary’s Director of Religious Education, with some kids in the town of La Concepción. Though John doesn’t speak Spanish, and the kids don’t speak English, that didn’t seem to matter at all.