Sometimes we keep Jesus in a safe place – the tomb
For weeks the grocery shelves have been stocked with Easter candy and chocolate bunnies, but today is our day of celebration.
The fasting is over and Lenten sacrifices can once again be indulged as we rejoice in the risen Christ.
Egypt’s attacks on Copts won’t derail papal visit
VATICAN CITY (CNS) – Despite recent and repeated terrorist attacks against Egypt’s minority Christian communities, Pope Francis will not cancel his visit to Egypt.
“The pope’s trip to Egypt proceeds as scheduled,” Greg Burke, Vatican spokesman, told Catholic News Service April 10. The pope is scheduled to meet governmental and interfaith leaders during an April 28-29 visit to Cairo.
Tweeting eternal truths – in 140 characters or less
Bishop Paul Tighe, a son of Ireland, is a lover of language, culture and self-deprecating humor, and on Dec. 12, 2012, the Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe, the then-secretary of the Pontifical Council for Social Communications accomplished something no Vaticanista ever thought possible.
He got Pope Benedict XVI, then 85 years old, to tweet.
Easter joy: Christ is our Light
I extend to you my prayers and the blessings of the Risen Christ.
Faith leaders gather to foster anti-abuse initiatives
An interfaith and multi-cultural celebration of children worldwide was held April 4 on the front lawn of Archbishop Gregory Aymond’s home on South Carrollton at Walmsley avenues in New Orleans. ]