In the Bible, we find this simple statement, “Jesus wept.” That statement is made in connection with the death of a young man named Lazarus. People have speculated for centuries as to why Jesus wept. It seems to me that Jesus wept because other people were weeping. Their grief became His grief. Jesus always identifies with the hurts of people. And those hurts include yours and mine. We too are involved, whether we realize it or not. This world of ours is connected by a network of need. If we […]
We often make jokes about people who talk to themselves. But the truth is that this is something we all do, and we do very few things that are more significant. Every deliberate move we make can be traced back to some conversation that we had with ourselves. Virtually everything that we do today has its background in something that we said to ourselves yesterday. The problems that each of us face may be different at times from each other, but our approach to solving them is essentially the same. We talk it over with ourselves. If we are wise, […]
To help us feel connected, we are asking all our parishioners to please post this picture of the Divine Mercy on their front doors and to pray the Divine Mercy Chaplet. Let this small gesture serve as a request to bring blessings of health and safety to each family.