We’ve been talking a lot about hosting this week and offering hospitality to our guests. One of the best ways to do that is through the gift of food. It doesn’t have to be anything extravagant—just putting out coffee or tea is enough.
Archive | February, 2019
As Christians, we’re not called to “entertain” people or put on a show. But we are expected to practice hospitality. “Show hospitality to one another without grumbling,” instructs 1 Peter 4:9.
The first step in leading any Bible study is always to bathe your efforts in prayer. Ask the Holy Spirit to use you for the glory of God and to bless the study. Consider asking others to intercede for you and the participants of the study.
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La historia de David y Saúl que aparece en la primera lectura de hoy sirve casi como una parábola. David, al mostrar misericordia de su enemigo mortal, da un ejemplo concreto del estilo de vida que Jesús espera de sus discípulos. La nueva ley que Jesús da en el Evangelio de este domingo tendría que
Download Audio FileThe story of David and Saul in today’s First Reading functions almost like a parable. Showing mercy to his deadly foe, David gives a concrete example of what Jesus expects to become a way of life for His disciples. The new law Jesus gives in today’s Gospel would have us all become “Davids”—loving
We know that the idea of hosting a Bible study and sharing the Gospel can be scary terms. But evangelizing to friends through reading the Bible is much easier than you might think.
On assuming the Chair of Peter, Pope Saint John Paul II chose to devote his weekly general audiences for some five years (1979– 1984) to a catechesis on the human person, the body, and sexuality that has come to be known as the “Theology of the Body.” Almost every Wednesday (except when he was recovering
The topic of Pope Benedict XVI’s first encyclical, Deus Caritas Est, caught many by surprise. Moral relativism, secularization, abortion, liturgy—these are some of the themes people expected him to address. But instead, this new pope—known for his intellect, scholarship, and courage to tackle controversial issues—chose to write on a topic quite simple, timeless, and appealing
Saturday, March 23, 2019 Don’t miss Scott Hahn and the St. Paul Center at Our Lady of Grace Catholic Church on Saturday, March 23, 2019, for a powerful presentation on the riches of our Catholic faith. Best-selling author and renowned biblical scholar Scott Hahn will address two key Catholic teachings: the one, holy, catholic, and