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Apr 27, 2020

The coronavirus has crippled the world. Anxiety, fear, sadness are certainly understandable feelings.  Reluctantly, we are adapting but it is not easy. It has been some time since we gathered together for public celebrations of our faith or enjoyed the company of family and friends. The sounds of spring have given way...

Apr 24, 2020

In this week's episode of the Walk Humbly Podcast:

  • Sherri Longhill, Director for Emergency Assistance at Catholic Charities, shares tragic stories about people in desperate need of help and how the Catholic community is responding.
  • World Day of Prayer for Vocations is May 3
  • There is a desperate need for food among the...

Apr 20, 2020

Though we always have the desire to be bold in living our faith, we will inevitably fail at times. At those moments, the evil one will try to deceive you into thinking you're unworthy to be a follower of Christ, that you don't have the strength to overcome. God wants you to see moments of failure as a gift, as...

Apr 17, 2020

As we continue to celebrate the great joy of our Lord's Resurrection, we retain our hope and joy in the risen Lord. Do not be afraid to let others see you are changed. In the midst of the noise and distractions all around you, allow others to see the peace you find simply by being with the Lord.

Apr 16, 2020

In this week’s episode of the Walk Humbly Podcast:

  • Bishop Burbidge reflects on what it was like celebrating Holy Week without the faithful in the Cathedral of St. Thomas More
  • All diocesan priests join in unity and fraternity for virtual Holy Hour on Holy Thursday
  • Governor Northam signs pro-abortion bill on Good...