Category: Sacred Tradition

“Do you want to be well?”

Salve! "Do you want to be well?" Today’s Readings, March 24, 2020 Water is prominent in today’s readings. Water is a symbol of life, power, blessing and spiritual refreshment in the Sacred Scriptures.  The Mass Entrance Antiphon says, “All who are thirsty, come to the waters, says the Lord. Though you have no money, come ...

Mary, Seat of Wisdom and Queen of Heroes

Avengers: End Game spoilers ahead! In Avengers: Endgame Thor is a physical and emotional mess. He has turned to abusing food, alcohol and video games to cope with the overwhelming anguish he feels after Thanos kills half of the people in the universe, including many of his friends. Notwithstanding his weak state, Thor travels with ...

Who is the Catholic Deacon?

What does the word “deacon” mean? The Catholic deacon is not very well understood. Perhaps it is because the Greek word for deacon, diakonos, was used in so many different ways when the New Testament was written. The meaning of the Greek word includes attendant, waiter, teacher, pastor, minister or servant (Strong’s Concordance).  “In [Acts] ...