“Though its tone is sometimes overheated, this is a handsomely done dramatization of the most essential period in human history.”
Father Bonnot thought through and wrote this book as a meditation upon the meaning of his 50 years as a Catholic parish priest.
The pope said Aug. 9, commenting on the Gospel story we need to call out to God for help is key during periods of doubt and fear.
“Like a lot of fathers,” my father “had a way of getting his children to do things they didn’t necessarily want to do.”
“There are saints being made in our present crisis. We will never know their names or stories, but I know we will look back on these as days when men and women performed beautiful acts of courage and love for their neighbors.”
They say we never really know the private suffering of others. Some crosses are visual, many hidden.
How old was Jesus when he died? Should we attend a wedding ceremony at a hotel?