Each year, the Catholic Church in the United States designates the third Sunday in September as “Catechetical Sunday”—a day on which to celebrate and pray for the Church’s mission to teach the Gospel to all people. This year’s the theme is “Say the Word and My Soul Shall Be Healed.” On this day, we especially thank and pray for our Parish Catechists for ministry to the community and our children. As you prepare to celebrate, pray for, and commission those engaged in formal parish...
Daily Scripture Reading Schedule Read The Catholic Bible In One Year With This Convenient and Easy-To-Use Plan Daily Readings: 2 Old Testament readings (second reading from the OT prophets and the historical books of 1 and 2 Maccabees). 1 New Testament reading (Matthew – Revelation) 1 Psalm reading (a Psalm or portion of a Psalm) Readings are based on the Bible book arrangement as found in the Revised Standard Version, Catholic Edition, but can be used with any Catholic Bible with full canon...
Not quite sure about the relationship between Advent and Christmas? Check out Busted Halo's two-minute video that describes why we celebrate Advent and wait to celebrate Christmas.
Fr. Robert Barron on how we can fully live out the seasons of Advent and Christmas.
Resources for your family from USCCB National Bible Week: http://www.usccb.org/bible/national-bible-week/index.cfm?utm_source=email&utm_medium=email&utm_content=national-bible-week-resources&utm_campaign=national-bible-week-resources-nov-15-21
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