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Jan 12, 2022

On this week’s episode of The Walk Humbly Podcast:

  • Bishop Burbidge reflects on the deadly apartment fires in New York and Philadelphia.
  • The Vatican has issued clarifications on recent directives regarding the Traditional Latin Mass. Bishop Burbidge explains what that will mean in our diocese.
  • Pope Francis made...


Jan 10, 2022

The sudden end of holiday activity can be a let-down. For most, the lows we may experience have few long-term effects. However, depression—which affects many—is one of the most common mental disorders in the United States. Symptoms include prolonged periods of sadness, loss of interest in once-loved activities, and...


Jan 5, 2022

As 2022 dawns, we have a choice about how we approach the uncertainty ahead: with anticipation or anxiety, enthusiasm or fear, optimism or worry? We are often encouraged to look on the bright side, and to see the glass as half full. But what is the source of our hope? Our confidence in better days ahead? There is one...


Dec 27, 2021

The week between Christmas and New Years Day is like a bridge, and it offers us the perfect time to reflect on the past year, to identify what we did and did not accomplish and prepare ourselves to do better in the year ahead. Yet in other areas you likely made strides in the right direction. As you evaluate the past...


Dec 20, 2021

As we celebrate this sacred season of Christmas, may we imitate Mary and Joseph by celebrating with joyful reverence the majesty and wonder of Christmas. Mary and Joseph traveled a long and dangerous road to keep Jesus safe. Though exhausted, they remained strong in faith and trusted God’s plan for them—no matter...