I am pleased to present this guest post from Father Steven LaBaire, pastor of Holy Family Parish in Worcester, MA. In preparation for mass this Sunday: This morning the U.S. Surgeon General was interviewed on the radio. Not surprisingly, he was talking about medicine and health. He said, “People tend to think that healthy people
Most people experience a different rhythm of life during the summer months. School is out. People head out on vacation or go away. One need only look at the volume of traffic in Worcester as ask, “Where did everyone go?” During the summer, many of us experience a “slowing down” of the pace of life.
This is from my recent Tech Talk column on Catholicmom.com. Portions of this article were taken from my upcoming book, River of Grace: Creative Passages Through Difficult Times, coming out October 30 from Ave Maria Press. It is available for pre-order on Amazon. * * * * * * * * * * * * *
My latest Catholic Free Press column. * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * The recent ruling by the Supreme Court on the legal state of marriage has reverberated across the country. People cannot stop talking about it and the conversations
The Sunday Readings: Deuteronomy 4: 32-34, 39-40, Psalm 33, Romans 8:14-17, Matthew 28: 16-20 Why is it that so many people today attack Christianity? What are they so afraid of? Is it because the Church is perceived as an authority figure bent on depriving us of personal freedoms, especially that of choice? Is it because it
I am pleased to present this guest post from Father Steven LaBaire, pastor of Holy Family Parish in Worcester, MA. In preparation for mass this Sunday: Life is full of transitions. The longer we live, the greater the number of our years, the greater the number of transitions. Some transitions are rather universal like adolescence
From my current post on Catholicmom.com: “This is my commandment, that you love one another as I have loved you. No one has greater love than this, to lay down one’s life for one’s friends.” John 15:12-13 In this new commandment Jesus took, “Love your neighbor as yourself” several steps further. Now love involves sacrifice.