As Christmas approaches, we give thanks that the Word became flesh and chose to pitch his tent among us human beings. The greatest gift we have ever received, Jesus Christ, dwells within us and comes to us at every Mass.
In the spotlight: feast of Mary, Mother of God, Christmas in Ukraine, snowstorm’s impact
In focus: Antisemitism, Nicaraguan crisis, clemency for Christmas
The Christmas season begins with vigil Masses on Christmas Eve and concludes on the Feast of the Baptism of the Lord, Jan. 9.
Here is a list of upcoming Masses interpreted for the deaf and persons with hearing disabilities that will be celebrated in the diocese.
Celebrating Christmas is important and beautiful, Pope Francis said, but he asked people to spend less on their celebrations this year and donate the savings to help the people of Ukraine.
Digital readers offer their favorite family Christmas story or tradition.
Two Council of Catholic Women deaneries send Christmas gifts to children in Central America.