Saturday, 08/29/2020 at 6:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Diocesan priests, while not bound by a vow of poverty, are encouraged to be prudent in providing for the necessities of his life
Sharing the Good News of Jesus is the call of all Catholics
We believe that God draws ever nearer to us in the midst of suffering
Why do priests get reassigned? Why can’t they just stay at one place?
How will I know what my vocation is?
While popes have different charisms, it is the Holy Spirit who truly guides the Church
If I’m not really sorry for something, don’t fully understand it’s wrong or don’t know if I’m going to change my behavior, should I confess it?
How do I distinguish between the voice of God, my own voice, and the voice of the devil?
How do I pray with/for/or over someone?
Since ‘fasting cleanses the soul,’ taking scheduled breaks from screentime could benefit us spiritually
As Catholics, we need to be asking ourselves how we can share the story of Jesus and invite others to a deeper relationship with Him
I hear talk about Pope Francis’ statements and conversations. Many make me uncomfortable. How should Catholics respond to these? Are we supposed to accept his messages as official and authoritative?
Why do we ‘dare to say’ Our Father?
I keep sinning the same ways, over and over. I confess them, but I just keep falling. How might I overcome this?
Through spiritual communion, our prayer lives can become stronger, our Eucharistic devotion deeper and our love for one another more sincere
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