Posts Tagged ‘Deus Caritas Est’

The Gift of Love

Tuesday, October 20th, 2015

Standing before the altar, the man and woman gazed into each other’s eyes as each of them made this solemn promise and vow: “I will love you and honor you all the days of my life.” Shortly before, their respective parents had said to them with tears in their eyes, “I love you,” just as […] [Read more]

The 800th Anniversary of Magna Carta Declaring the Freedom of the Church

Monday, June 15th, 2015

From the beginning, the founders and people of our nation recognized our equality and liberty, and that they are bestowed on us by God, not by government. The importance of religion was so engrained in the American experience that for much of our history, freedom of the Church and religious liberties tended to be taken […] [Read more]

God is Love: The Letters of Saint John

Wednesday, April 15th, 2015

Easter is a season to rejoice in the love of Christ our Redeemer, and then proclaim the Good News of the Risen Lord who calls us to eternal life. This is what Saint John does in his three letters of the New Testament and I invite you to read and reflect on these inspiring writings […] [Read more]