EL BÁCULO DEL OBISPO: La obediencia sacerdotal

By Bishop James R. Golka

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"Pedro, junto con los Apóstoles, respondió: ‘Hay que obedecer a Dios antes que a los hombres’” (Hechos 5, 29).

Hoy hay en el mundo más de 400.000 hombres que respondieron a la llamada al sacerdocio.  Son 400.000 hombres únicos e irrepetibles.  No hay dos iguales, no hay dos con los mismos talentos, no hay dos que sigan el mismo camino hacia la ordenación.

Diocese of Colorado Springs announces hiring of theology professor Lucas Pollice

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COLORAOD SPRINGS. The Diocese of Colorado Springs announced that Lucas Pollice has been named Director of the New Evangelization and Missionary Discipleship, effective June 1.

Pollice will be collaborating with the Catholic Pastoral Center staff, pastors, clergy, and parish leaders throughout the diocese to promote the Church’s vision for the New Evangelization and missionary discipleship through pastoral, catechetical, and leadership formation and support, the diocese said.

Tino Archuleta, local businessman and Catholic Charities supporter, dies at age 92

By Veronica Ambuul

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COLORADO SPRINGS. Celestino “Tino” Archuleta, who served on the first board of directors of Colorado Springs Catholic Social Services, died April 11 at age 92. Mass of Christian Burial was celebrated April 24 at Sacred Heart Parish in Colorado Springs, followed by burial at Caernero Creek Cemetery in La Garita.

God’s Work on Sunday

By Kathleen McCarty

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"Blessed are those who have been called to the wedding feast of the lamb.” — Revelation 19:9.

St. Thomas Aquinas once said that “love follows knowledge.” It’s also true that the more we love, the more we want to know. During this second year of Eucharistic Revival, as we seek to grow closer to Our Lord in the Eucharist, hopefully our desire to know and love him more has also grown. God reveals himself to us in a myriad of ways, but the most important and intimate way we come to know him is at Mass. The Church obliges us to attend Mass every Sunday and going to Mass is often spoken of as something that we do. What if the Mass is something that God does — for us?



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