On this blessed Easter Sunday, Archbishop Robert Carlson offers a message of hope and truth amidst a time of such great uncertainty and suffering in our world. Jesus Christ has risen as He said; Alleluia!
Archbishop Robert J. Carlson reaches out to the priests and deacons of the Archdiocese of St. Louis, offering comfort in the guidance of our Lord Jesus Christ.
Bishop Rivituso encourages the faithful to stay strong in your faith and always put your trust in the Lord. Even though we are not together, the Church is alive in us.
We can be signs of hope and witnesses of God's love to the world around us during these challenging days. Let's work together to show the world God's love.
St. Paul tells us, "Even if I am absent in the flesh, still I am with you in spirit". Every time we livestream mass or go to God in prayer, we are united together in Christ, we are united with one another. Remain steadfast in prayer!
We are in the middle of an event that will change the world, how will you let it change you? There's a bigger reality here than even the coronavirus, that God loves us and conquered death for us.
What does Our Lady of Guadalupe tell us about this current time? "Do not let your heart be troubled? Am I not your mother" May we always trust in our Blessed Mother and her divine Son to watch over us.
What is your favorite image of the good Shepherd? Fr. Buehler talks to us about Christ the Good Shepherd in action- ready to keep us safe no matter the cost. We are called to imitate that same heroic love of Jesus.
How are you taking care of yourself during quarantine? Fr. Joe challenges us to commit work out - in prayer, in intellect and physically to help keep us focused during this time.
Even though we have been stripped of so much about how we might define ourselves (work, sports, etc...), we still have our deepest identity as sons and daughters of God. Remember who you are.
During this unusual time, as strange as it is, we have an incredible opportunity to refocus and ask ourselves about what really matters in our lives. How are you re-focusing?
As Christians, should we fear death? Of course we have many fears and unknowns, especially in current time. But we know that Christ has paid the price for us, and we have the hope of eternal life.
We might be experiencing anxiety or fear, but we are a people of faith. Rooting ourselves in prayer keeps us close to Christ and the Church.
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