Thirteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time
First reading: 2 Kgs 4:8-11, 14-16
Second reading: Rom 6:3-4, 8-11
Gospel: Mt 10:37-42
The coronavirus pandemic has changed how Catholics celebrate the liturgy, singing tops the list.
Teaching the faith is a work of evangelization meant to lead people to a deeper relationship with Jesus and not just impart information, said the updated “Directory for Catechesis.”
The program was unveiled June 22 by Catholic Extension, which will administer the grants.
The Knights of Columbus have been promoting his sainthood cause and members of the Father McGivney Guild help to establish support for the cause.
Devotion to the Sacred Heart of Jesus runs deep in Mexico, especially in times of crisis and pandemics.
Pope Francis has asked Catholics to add “Comfort of Migrants” and two other titles for Mary to the popular “Litany of the Blessed Virgin Mary.”
Pope Francis welcomed to the Vatican doctors, nurses, paramedics, civil protection volunteers, priests, bishops and civil officials from one of the hardest hit region June 20.