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Salgan al mundo y sean Eucaristía -Enero 2023

Mis Hermanas y Hermanos en Cristo: Estamos en la temporada de Navidad; sin embargo, también comenzamos un nuevo año calendario. Durante la Temporada de Adviento, nos preparamos para la venida de Jesús, nuestro Salvador y Señor. Oramos a Dios para que hiciera dentro de nosotros un corazón limpio. Ofrecimos sacrificio sobre el altar de Dios … Continue reading "Salgan al mundo y sean Eucaristía -Enero 2023"

Christmas Homily 2023

I wish all of you a happy and holy Christmas. Christmas is full of family, traditions, gatherings, and festive celebrations, the giving of gifts, the sharing of the traditional meal with family recipes. For children, there is Santa; excitement, the opening of gifts, the cries of joy when discovering what is under the Christmas tree. … Continue reading "Christmas Homily 2023"

#20: National Treasures of the Diocese

Who owns the moon plus a sneak peek inside the diocesan vault! Don’t miss this convo with the deacons and Archivist Renae Bennett.

Support Catholic Charities-Become “the touch of Jesus” – November 2023

Remain in me as I remain in you, says the Lord.Whoever remains in me bears much fruit (John 15:4a, 5b). My Sisters and Brothers in Christ: Grace and Peace of our Lord Jesus Christ be with you. I write to you today with a joyous heart because you are on the road of God’s ways, … Continue reading "Support Catholic Charities-Become “the touch of Jesus” – November 2023"

Pathways finds blessings in serving those who served

CASSELBERRY | It has been little more than one year since Charles Pillsbury had his left leg amputated above the knee. An active man, even at age 83, the retired Army sergeant once signed out jeeps for generals. Now he had limited mobility. Considered “high risk” by a landlord, he also had nowhere to recover. … Continue reading "Pathways finds blessings in serving those who served"

Christian hope is a free gift from the Lord – October 2023

My Sisters and Brothers in Christ: Think about all the saints and those who have gone before us in faith! They are the fruit of God’s overwhelming love, drawing us to Himself. We are filled with hope as we are given these holy people to guide us on our journey to heaven. St. Teresa of … Continue reading "Christian hope is a free gift from the Lord – October 2023"

#19: Forming Spiritual Leaders

Deacon Dominick Delio and his wife, Audrey, share how they are creating spiritual leaders after having great mentors of their own.

Become builders of the City of Love – October 2023

My Sisters and Brothers in Christ: Be faithful to God’s Covenant in all that you are. God cherishes you, and I know you also cherish God’s Covenant. Upholding all in prayer keeps us close to God’s Covenant. Prayer allows us to speak to God “face to face” as we talk to God about our individual … Continue reading "Become builders of the City of Love – October 2023"

On a path of God’s design – September 2023

My Sisters and Brothers in Christ: On the 25th Sunday in Ordinary Time, we hear the prophet Isaiah tell us that our way is not God’s way; that our thoughts do not compare to God’s. God’s way is above reproach. His love is everlasting. So, too, St. Paul reminds us that we should conduct ourselves … Continue reading "On a path of God’s design – September 2023"

Love God and His people, not things – September 2023

My Sisters and Brothers in Christ: Where is your heart? Does it swell with the love of God or is it shrunken because of your difficulty to overcome pettiness or jealousy? As we were watching and waiting for the arrival of Hurricane Idalia, I pondered the many things of which we take stock and their … Continue reading "Love God and His people, not things – September 2023"