What a very human thing it is that we want to see just what’s going on and, often times, we will go to extreme measures in order to get a glimpse of the event. So it was with Zaccheus –
Mis queridos amigos,
Al comenzar el mes de noviembre, recuerde retroceder sus relojes una hora. La manera más fácil de recordar en qué dirección va el reloj es que en “El otoño el reloj va una hora atrás, y en la
Today, Catholic Christians celebrate the Thirty-First Sunday in Ordinary Time. On this day, we hear the story of Zacchaeus, the chief tax collector of a town who was very wealthy. When he heard that Jesus would be passing through town,
My Dear Friends,
As we begin the month of November, remember to turn your clocks back one hour. “Fall back, spring ahead” is the easy way to remember which way the clock goes. This is a good time to change the
Today, Catholic Christians throughout the world celebrate the Feast of All Saints.
The purpose of this feast is to celebrate those human beings who are now in heaven for
eternity. As Catholic Christians, we ask God, in his infinite power, mercy, and
There are so many anecdotes being told about Pope Francis. One of the most touching to me is that when he was asked how he defines himself, he replied, “I am a sinner”. However, he didn’t stop there for he
Today, Catholic Christians celebrate the Thirtieth Sunday in Ordinary Time. On this day, we hear Jesus tell one of his “good guy-bad guy” type of stories.
In the story, two men went to the temple to pray. One of them was
My Dear Friends,
This weekend, Catholic Christians in the United States celebrate two special things: National World Youth Day and Priesthood Sunday. National World Youth Day is set aside in this country to honor young people in our Church and celebrate
This is Bryan López, a 5-year old boy who lives in the town of Malagua, F.M., Honduras, a town which is part of our sister parish. This town hosts the Church of Santa Rita, one of the 80 churches
Here we see some kids of the community of San Antonio clowning around for Fr. Bob outside of their church. San Antonio is one of 81 communities of our sister parish with a church.