The religious sister said that she views kneeling as a “gesture of reconciliation” that also communicates forgiveness of one’s enemies.
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When a parish adores the Blessed Sacrament day and night, the entire city is transformed
COVID is a challenge to Catholicism’s sacramental theology — but it’s also an opportunity to promote traditional Eucharistic devotions.
Once Father Meyer and a former classmate of his, Fr. Thomas Szydlik, came up with the idea, they sent out emails to other priests and bishops, asking them to sign up and take an hour, during which they would livestream a holy hour in front of the Blessed Sacrament in their respective churches.
Perpetual Prayer Effort Proliferates Across the Globe
At the summit of the liturgical year, Bishops Robert Morlino of Madison, Wisconsin, and James Conley of Lincoln, Nebraska, encourage their dioceses to grow closer to Christ.
‘In the Eucharist, we are made sharers in Christ’s mission of love,’ Lincoln, Nebraska, shepherd writes in new pastoral letter.
The New Evangelization begins in silence before the Lord.
Catholic millennials encounter Jesus with Communion-centered community.