April 13, 2021
This week , Fr Ron Will talks with Bernie and Jeanie Verssue, who for years have worked in soup kitchens, homeless shelters and food pantries. They reflect on how their service to people in need has opened their hearts and eyes to Jesus in their midst, sometimes in surprising and unexpected ways.
April 10, 2021
By Lucia Ferrara
Today’s recipe, Kadinbudu Kofte or Turkish Meatballs, is a dish that Turkish Muslim families have at their Iftars, the evening feasts that end the daily fasts during the holy month of Ramadan. Make the dish and join us April 20 for a virtual Iftar dinner!
April 6, 2021
Week 1. Fr. Ron Will. CPPS, and Fr. Joseph Uecker, CPPS, discuss recent experiences they have had — Emmaus experiences — of being surprised by Jesus. They talk about seeing the Kingdom of God unfolding in their midst, in oftentimes surprising and unexpected ways.
April 4, 2021
Today’s scriptures tell us how three days changed the world. How have they changed you?
March 30, 2021
By Liberty-Area Ministerial Alliance
Believing that Christ’s sacrifice on the cross joins us with God and with all humanity, we join together with the Liberty Christian community in an online worship service led by local ministers.
March 28, 2021
In today's readings -- and all this week -- Jesus challenges us to follow his example and assume the mantle, not of a king, but of a simple servant. Can we follow his example to the margins of our society?
March 21, 2021
I have experienced a longing for God in my heart this Lent. More eager than I have been in previous Lents. I find myself more eager to get out of bed in the morning and spend some time with God before the other activities in my life begin.
March 14, 2021
Ask yourself, “What person, things, or activities keep me from spending time in prayer or with my family?” It can be so simple to answer that question, but so difficult to actually change!
March 10, 2021
Spaghetti topped with Milanese sauce and seasoned breadcrumbs is traditionally served at St. Joseph Tables on the saint’s feast day March 19, an ancient Sicilian tradition. Lucia Ferrara will teach us how to make it.
Bread, formed and baked into fancy shapes, is the star of food-laden St. Joseph Tables, a Catholic-Italian tradition that dates from the Middle Ages. Lucia Ferrara and Christen Cota will teach us how to make this bread.