The human face of God

“The angel said to them, ‘Do not be afraid; for behold, I proclaim to you good news of great joy that will be for all the people. For today in the city of David a savior has been born for you who is Messiah and Lord. And this will be a sign for you: you will find an infant wrapped in swaddling clothes and lying in a manger.’” (Luke 2:10-12)

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El rostro humano de Dios

"El ángel les dijo: No teman. Miren que vengo a anunciarles una gran alegría, que lo será para todo el pueblo: hoy les ha nacido, en la ciudad de David, el Salvador, que es el Cristo, el Señor; y esto les servirá de señal: encontrarán a un niño envuelto en pañales y reclinado en un pesebre”. (Lucas 2,10-12)

Celebrating like a Catholic

Our Catholic life is full of celebration. Solemnities, feasts, first sacraments and birthdays are all cause for celebrations, and we plan our lives around them. Celebrations are important, even integral to our happiness. To celebrate means, in part, to solemnly observe and commemorate with festivities. A priest celebrates the Mass. And for Catholics, our personal celebrations are enhanced by a deep connection to the holy Eucharist.

How to have great conversations with your kids

It is always good to talk with our children, but certain great conversations truly make a difference, echoing in their minds throughout their lives. We parents (and grandparents) possess a unique ability to initiate and guide these conversations so that our children can discover their primary identity as a son or daughter of God.

Vivid en la luz de Cristo

Yo apreciaba muy poco los solsticios de verano e invierno hasta que viví en Alaska. Como todos sabemos, la Tierra gira alrededor del sol cada 365 días. Debido a la inclinación de la Tierra sobre su propio eje, el hemisferio norte está más cerca del sol en verano y más lejos de él en invierno. El solsticio de invierno marca el día más corto del año y la noche más larga. Marca la transición a los días más largos y las noches más cortas.

Live in the light of Christ

I had very little appreciation for the summer and winter solstices until I lived in Alaska. As we all know, the earth makes one revolution around the sun every 365 days. Due to the tilt of the earth on its axis, the northern hemisphere is closest to the sun during the summer, and furthest during the winter. The winter solstice marks the shortest day of the year and the longest night. It marks the transition to lengthening days and shorter nights.

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