Hear an amazing story from Ed Sr. & Ed Jr. Reinhardt. Former University of Colorado football star, Ed Reinhardt Jr. suffered a near-fatal brain injury during a game against the Oregon Ducks in Sept. 1984. He was in a coma for 62 days. Doctors called his survival a miracle. Throughout his years of recovery, Ed developed an inspirational singing talent and brings a message of hope to audiences across the country. Ed travels with his father, Ed Sr. who speaks about how his son’s journey has helped him strengthen his faith, forgive, and rebuild a broken relationship with his own father and solidify the bond between Ed, himself and the rest of the family.
Taking the time to show love to another person can feel so inconvenient. It can change our routine, our plans and desires, our way of life. Jesus says love one another. Can we do what he commands us to do?
The reading from the Acts of the Apostles show how Paul and Barnabas go forth in their mission to preach the Good News. Their journey is similar to the mission of motherhood. Fr Eric shows the connection in the homily.
Nan Hillebrand shares her testimony with the women of St. Patrick at the Women’s Prayer Breakfast.
The Disciples end up with empty nets after a night of fishing. It is the Risen Lord who offers new insight to move the nets and the Disciples experience abundance. This is our story as well.
Thomas is remembered as a doubter. He is labeled. Yet there are other places where his faith was strong. Do we label people in a negative way and do not desire to see anything redeeming about them?
Triduum 2019 was a beautiful journey as we celebrated the Paschal mystery.
As we enter Holy Week, we should take our suffering and enter into the Passion of Christ to help others.
Scott Bagshaw, Coordinator of LifeTeen High School Youth Ministry & College Life shared his testimony recently at the Men’s Mass and Prayer Breakfast.
As Christians, we can offer hope to desperate people In a world that longs for something else, something better by sharing with them “You ain’t seen nothing yet”. Fr. Bob Rossi, CSC explains.