February 21-27, 2021

To follow Jesus we must carry our cross. This means our faith will bring us severe burdens and shame. But through Jesus’ cross we have such good news: Heaven is open! We can rejoice in our sufferings! By losing our lives for Jesus, we will find them! Here is this week’s “Together in the Word” (clickContinue reading “February 21-27, 2021”

September 6-12, 2020

The Church is militant: first the cross, then the crown. Christ tells us that for him and for us, going God’s way means death must come before life. He calls on us to deny ourselves and follow him on the way of the cross. Those words offend our sinful flesh and make our Old AdamContinue reading “September 6-12, 2020”

July 5-11, 2020

Being a Christian is painful. Being a Christian means that there will be crosses to bear. St. Peter once wrote that Christians are called to suffering, “because Christ suffered for you, leaving you an example, that you should follow in his steps” (1 Pe 2:21). Jesus clearly states in the Gospel that anyone who isContinue reading “July 5-11, 2020”

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