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  • Mission

  • "In our efforts to evangelize and proclaim the Gospel, it is good to keep our focus and prayer on the goal of our work—that others will come to faith in Christ and enjoy a personal relationship with him. This intrinsic connection between faith born from evangelization begins with Jesus himself in Mark’s Gospel where his first words are:  'The time has come and the kingdom of God is at hand. Repent and believe the Good News!'  (1:15). For St. John in his Gospel, his entire life of preaching and writing about Christ has been at the service of faith in him: “These things have been written so that you may believe that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God and that through your faith in him you may have life” (20:30). So what then does this faith look like? What kind of faith do we hope to be born from our efforts to evangelize?"

    -- Fr. Billy Swan -- Read the rest of Five Features of Faith.

  • All or Nothing:  Sr. Clare Crockett

  • 6th Sunday in Easter

  • Whoever loves me will keep my word

    " Two weeks ago the readings at Mass told us about the Good Shepherd who says that His sheep know His voice. But Jesus’ voice is but one voice among many:  The voice of pleasure and the voice of power; the voices of pride and despair, of fear and doubt. How do we know the voice of Christ?  We listen. "

    -- Deacon Pedro at Salt+Light -- Read the rest of Deacon-structing: The Voice of Christ.

  • "Any Benedictine will tell you that the Rule of Saint Benedict is intriguing from the very first word of its prologue, 'Listen.'

    Listen, my son, to your master’s precepts, and incline the ear of your heart.

    In fact, what most Benedictines will tell you is that it is the very first word of the Rule that encompasses the whole of Benedictine spirituality:  to listen.

    It is a call to listen for the voice of God however it be manifested—whether through the liturgical prayers of the Mass, the Liturgy of the Hours, the daily lectio divina that Benedictines try to incorporate into their meditations—but also beyond those specific settings and into the less-expected, because God speaks to us constantly and is not constrained or limited in how he may communicate with us."

    -- Elizabeth Scalia -- Read the rest of “Listen” and “Remember”:  A Father’s Plea, A Child’s Prompt.