From the human point of view God does the most unlikely things. Who would have expected Him to visit the earth, but He did. Who would have expected Him to be born in a stable, but He did. Who would have expected Him to die on a cross, but He did. And when He decided to find a leader for His Church, who would have expected Him to choose Peter, but He did. This goes to show that God’s ways are not our ways. This is especially so in His choice of leaders. Take the case of Moses for instance: […]
One of the most heated debates these days concerns the use of the death penalty. One side is for it; the other side is against it. One says it is moral; the other says it is immoral. One says it serves as an effective deterrent to crime; the other says it does not. And even among those who favor its use, there are areas of discussion and disagreement. To what crimes should it apply? What should be the age limit? What method should be used? The debate goes on. The questions […]
Year of St. Joseph Feast Day Mass Consecration of the Family to St. Joseph Friday, March 19th 7:00 PM Annunciation Church (This mass will be livestreamed.) His Eminence, Cardinal Dolan, has granted a dispensation from abstinence from meat to all within the archdiocese for this particular feast this year, the Year of St. Joseph.