This post originally appeared at www.ibelieveinlove.com I believe in love because we were created by love, from love, for love. We were married in August, conceived our first child in September, miscarried him in October, and buried him in November. They always said the first year of marriage would be Read More
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By Sarah Simpson | Manager, Donor Relations and Communications, Catholic Charities of St. Louis There is no greater tragedy than the loss of a child. The entire nation watched as our community mourned the death of Jamyla Bolden, shot in her home in Ferguson while doing her homework. In an instant, Read More
Caption: by Weston Kenney | firstname.lastname@example.org | Instagram: westonkenney Superwoman? Debbie Gartner is a member of Immaculate Heart of Mary Parish and is its Pastoral Associate for Seniors. Along with being a pastoral associate, she also co-coordinates a volunteer group from Immaculate Heart that servers dinner at St. Peter and Read More
Originally posted on the SteubySTL 365 blog. Bishop Rice presiding at Mass Saturday morning, July 18, 2015, for Steubenville Mid-America. His homily focused on the importance of the Mass in all of our lives, as well as the importance of rediscovering that importance if we feel that we have lost it. Read More
To read the full homily of Fr. Schroeder, click here. Six years ago, I was privileged to be a pilgrim and pray with Archbishop Carlson as he received the Pallium as our new Archbishop. I had been to Rome several times before, but this time,something really struck me as we visited the Read More
It happens from time to time at Mass that a small child will be having a rough day and will be a bit noisy. And on occasion, I’ve actually had people come up to me after Mass and say, “Father, you should really talk to those parents about their child.” Read More
This will be brief. I am a Roman Catholic. I am the pop culture blogger for the Archdiocese of St. Louis. I have a Master’s Degree in English Language and Literature. I am sick and tired of hearing about 50 Shades of Grey. Does it portray sexual intimacy in a way that Read More
By Amanda Lindley | Web Content Specialist @ALindleySTL | Email me This past Sunday we heard what I think is one of the best Gospel messages. I think that it is the absolute Cadillac of instructions on how we as Christians are supposed to live. Jesus Said, “I give you a new Read More
By Brian Miller | Director, Young Adult Ministry @STLYoungAdults I’m sure when you heard the Gospel Sunday, your first thought may have been “I know this one well, poor doubting Thomas…” I often find myself thinking “Poor Thomas” too… but for a different reason.
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