Teaching the Trinity

December 8, 2015 Denise Gorss 0

Several of my students experienced a “light-bulb moment” in our recent discussion of the Trinity. So often we sow seeds never to see whether they take root, much less grow; seeing faces light up in […]

Like Sheep Without a Shepherd

July 17, 2015 Joe Paprocki 1

This coming Sunday, we will hear a number of references to the “shepherd” in the Liturgy of the Word. The First Reading (Jeremiah 23:1–6) speaks of the shepherds who are scattering the flock. The Responsorial […]

Explaining the Holy Trinity

May 5, 2015 Lisa Jones 0

“In the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit”—these are words we use every time we pray the Sign of the Cross. Even young children know them. The prayer expresses […]

A Father’s Day Message

June 14, 2013 Joe Paprocki 0

I’m not one to claim mystical experiences of hearing God talking to me (as in actually hearing a voice and spoken words) however, I have had a couple of moments in life when I felt […]

Teaching About the Kingdom

September 20, 2010 Joe Paprocki 2

My lesson tonight includes the concept of God as king and of how we pray for the coming of the Kingdom. In American society, we sometimes have trouble teaching about the concept of the Kingdom […]

Images of the Holy Spirit

December 14, 2009 Joe Paprocki 0

Tonight, as we begin our first of five Confirmation Intensives (class will be for 2 hours instead of 75 minutes, comprised of 5 different mini-sessions), I will be teaching about images of the Holy Spirit: […]

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