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May 13, 2024

May is Mental Health Awareness Month. We should commit this month to educating ourselves about mental health issues in order to gain a better understanding of these conditions. Mental illness can alter a person’s thinking, emotions, behavior, or mood. These conditions deeply impact daily living and may also influence...


May 9, 2024

On this week's episode, Bishop Burbidge: 

  • Addresses the disruptive protests on campuses across the country catalyzed by the ongoing war in the Holy Land, and urges the faithful to continue to pray for wisdom for world leaders and for peace
  • Discusses how the diocese is helping parishioners deal with mental health...


May 6, 2024

This Sunday, we have the exceptional privilege of celebrating Mother’s Day. As Pope Francis reminds us, “Mothers always know how to show tenderness, devotion, and moral strength, even in the moments of greatest difficulty.” Within every mother is a unique and precious grace from God — she possesses the...


Apr 29, 2024

At times, we can make the mistake of judging others with a lack of charity. We tend to form opinions based on first impressions. Yet sometimes our judgment lacks context, and we fail to realize that only God knows a person’s heart. We can see the faults and failures of others, but neglect to recognize our own...


Apr 22, 2024

Every weekend, home improvement stores are filled with people braving long check-out lines, determined to tackle that project that will make their living space more attractive, pleasing, and perhaps increase its potential value. The “do-it-yourself” demographic features many who are accomplished carpenters...