Results from Tag: 'thanksgiving'
COMMENTARY: It is the glory of God that we should recognize him as our Father. To thank him is right and just, for everything we are and have comes from him.
The woke are like the Puritans. Both could benefit from a day of thanksgiving and penance.
This Thanksgiving, as 2020 draws to a close, consider keeping the trials — and joy — of St. Josephine Bakhita in mind.
COMMENTARY: Giving thanks to God during a crisis may be the purest form of giving thanks since it recognizing something that deserves thanks in the midst of widespread suffering. It also expresses the hope that things will improve.
Freedom from Want is the third in a four-part series of paintings which Rockwell titled “The Four Freedoms.”
COMMENTARY: Thanksgiving Day in the United States has always been, first and foremost, about being thankful to God. That seems worth remembering, at least once a year.
Catholic families extend an inviting hand on Turkey Day and come together on a parish level to help those in need.