The Holy Spirit

“No one can say ‘Jesus is Lord’ except by the Holy Spirit.” (CCC, 683) Jesus is the Word of God who breathes the Holy Spirit allowing us God’s grace to awaken faith in us, offering us a new life in the Holy Trinity. We recognize that the Holy Spirit always

The Mystery of Christ’s Life

The Apostles were witnesses to the ministry of Jesus.  Not a lot is known about Jesus’ early life aside from the narratives of his birth and during his adolescence in the temple.  It’s important to note, Jesus’ public ministry may have started at his baptism by John the Baptist but

Creed

The Catechism of the Catholic Church explains “faith is a personal adherence of the whole man to God who reveals himself. It involves an assent of the intellect and will to the self-revelation God has made through his deeds and words (CCC, 176). In the New Testament, the Letter to

Creation

We build on the Creed and the faith it professes when we consider creation.  We must consider everything around us including the mathematics in the grand design.  There are some who will argue that creation itself is self-evolving and that there is no need for the hand of God.  There

Pentecost & Reconcilliation

Today, we celebrate the birthday of the Church.  Pentecost, as we read in the Gospel of John 20:19-23, is when the disciples received the third part of the Holy Trinity, the Holy Spirit. Many other Christian denominations question the need for the Sacrament of Reconciliation, believing that there is no need