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At Home With the Word: Falling in Love with God

Fr. Joe Nassal shares his reflection for January 24, 2021.

Tapping the Wine Cellar-January 21, 2021

Please join Vicky, Tim, and Fr. Bill Hubmann for this recording of January 21st’s Tapping the Wine Cellar! We hope you can take some time to explore the readings for Sunday using this video as a jumping-off point.

Tapping the Wine Cellar-January 14, 2021

Please join Vicky, Tim, and Fr. Bill Hubmann for this recording of January 14th’s Tapping the Wine Cellar! We hope you can take some time to explore the readings for Sunday using this video as a jumping-off point.

End Capital Punishment-No To The Death Penalty

by Gabino Zavala, Peace & Justice Director At 1:31 am EST on January 13 Lisa Montgomery was executed by the United States Federal Government. She became the first woman executed in nearly 70 years. Her life was marked by extreme child sexual abuse, torture and...

Provincial Council Statement Regarding January 6th’s Violence in Washington, D.C.

As a religious community dedicated to the spread of the Gospel, we condemn the violent protest at the capitol building in Washington today. It is one more indication that we as a society are more and more placing our trust in violence and force to solve our problems...

At Home With the Word: Beloved of God, Baptism of the Lord

Fr. Joe Nassal shares his reflection for January 10, 2021.

At Home With the Word: Radiant Dawn Epiphany

Fr. Joe Nassal shares his reflection for Epiphany 2021.
Tapping the Wine Cellar-January 21, 2021

Tapping the Wine Cellar-January 21, 2021

Please join Vicky, Tim, and Fr. Bill Hubmann for this recording of January 21st’s Tapping the Wine Cellar! We hope you can take some time to explore the readings for Sunday using this video as a jumping-off point.

Tapping the Wine Cellar-January 14, 2021

Tapping the Wine Cellar-January 14, 2021

Please join Vicky, Tim, and Fr. Bill Hubmann for this recording of January 14th’s Tapping the Wine Cellar! We hope you can take some time to explore the readings for Sunday using this video as a jumping-off point.

End Capital Punishment-No To The Death Penalty

End Capital Punishment-No To The Death Penalty

by Gabino Zavala, Peace & Justice Director At 1:31 am EST on January 13 Lisa Montgomery was executed by the United States Federal Government. She became the first woman executed in nearly 70 years. Her life was marked by extreme child sexual abuse, torture and...

For Means With

For Means With

Jesus means that to be for the poor is to break bread with the poor. It means giving beyond what makes us comfortable. It means giving $10 to a homeless man on Michigan Ave when you have $20 in your pocket. I ask myself daily what it means for me, and I ask the same of you.

Tapping the Wine Cellar-January 7, 2021

Tapping the Wine Cellar-January 7, 2021

Please join Fr. Keith, Vicky, and Tim for this recording of January 7th’s Tapping the Wine Cellar! We hope you can take some time to explore the readings for Sunday using this video as a jumping-off point.

Tapping the Wine Cellar-December 29, 2020

Tapping the Wine Cellar-December 29, 2020

Please join Fr. Keith, Vicky, Tim, Fr. David Matz, and Gretchen Bailey, for this recording of December 29th’s Tapping the Wine Cellar! We hope you can take some time to explore the readings for the Christmas season using this video as a jumping-off point.

Christmas Season Readings Reflection: Epiphany

Christmas Season Readings Reflection: Epiphany

by Fr. David Matz, C.PP.S., Sonnino Mission House, Berkeley I guess for me, my love for the Epiphany started Way back in my first year of formation with the Precious Blood. I was working at St. James in the inner-city Kansas City and developed a love for the...

Christmas Season Readings Reflection: Mary, Mother of God

Christmas Season Readings Reflection: Mary, Mother of God

by Vicky Otto, Companion Director When I was a parish minister, one of my favorite liturgies was the Mass on New Year’s Day. It was a quiet, reflective, and prayerful time for the community without all the excessive stress we put on the Christmas celebrations. On...