When we say Amen to receiving Jesus, we say Amen to one another for the long haul. This week, Archbishop Albert invites us, in these summer months, to remain vigilant, being patient with one another. It’s about mutually supporting one another. Let us be careful, be kind, be patient - for the long haul.
God has always rescued His people in the midst of crisis, as He will continue to do for us. The question now is whether we see how He does this. In this week’s message, Archbishop Albert invites us to reflect on our part to play in God’s how. We could be tempted to selfishly turn back onto ourselves, and act on our own whims and desires, no matter the consequences. But God’s Love calls us away from this, to social consciousness, motivated by true love for our sisters and brot
Summer is finally here! For many, summer is a time for rest and relaxation, and can also be a beautiful way of reconnecting with God, with ourselves, and with Creation. On this 5th anniversary of the publication of Pope Francis’ encyclical Laudato Si, Archbishop Albert invites us to take some time to immerse ourselves into the beauty of Creation, this summer: to hear God’s voice through the rustle of the wind, and the crashing of the waves.
The recent sentencing of a St. Boniface priest for sexual assault of a minor may bring about many intense emotions, feelings, and thoughts. Some of these may include righteous anger or incredulity, but they all have, at their core, a deep sadness. This sadness is experienced by all: clergy and faithful alike. But through God’s grace, we shall get through this painful chapter, together. We urge you to pray for the victims of clergy sexual abuse. The life-lasting effects of the