Entries by Diane Palumbo

Sunday Reflection (July 18, 2021)

Because God “so loved the world,” Christ’s Church is everywhere. Christ’s Church is Catholic, that is, Universal, and because the Church is universal, no one Church or group of Churches can claim to be the only true Church. Every Church is particular, yet part of something bigger than itself. Together, we are being built together […]

Prayer for the Week (July 18-July 24, 2021)

Let us pray:  God, throughout the hours of our days, remain at the center of our thoughts and actions: Father, through the Holy Spirit draw us to you, and hold us together as individuals and as a community of faith. Enable us to focus our hopes as we aim to do your will.   Be our […]

Sunday Reflection (July 11, 2021)

Herod Antipas knew that John the Baptist was, indeed, a true prophet; yet, when asked for the head of John the Baptist, he could not refuse, or could he? Of course, he could have refused, but his honor and his standing were of more importance than the life of John the Baptist. How often do […]

Prayer for the Week (July 11-July 17, 2021)

Let us pray to be faithful to the light we have received: Father, may the light of your truth guide us to your kingdom through a world filled with lights contrary to your own. May our love make us what you have called us to be in Christ Jesus our Lord. Amen. (Sunday Missal, alt.)