Jul 26, 2018
This week's episode of the Walk Humbly Podcast includes:
On August 25, the World Youth Day Cross (which will be used at the January 2019 World Youth Day in Panama) will be in the DC area. Bishop Burbidge looks back on his experience at World Youth Day.
One of our diocesan priests, Fr. Paul deLadurantaye, has been called to Rome to work in the oldest office in the Roman Curia. Bishop Burbidge discusses the significance of Father’s new post, and how you may be able to catch a glimpse of him on television with Pope Francis.
We have four pastors who will be installed at new parishes this year. What are some of the skill sets pastors need to have?
A 9-week novena for the legal protection of human life has been called for by the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops. This follows the nomination of a Catholic who will be vetted by the Senate. The novena begins August 3rd. Hear why Bishop Burbidge believes we should all participate.
Bishop Burbidge also answers these questions from the faithful:
When I watch the news, I’m getting nervous and stressed. Is there a point when we should cut off the news and ignore it?
Why do we not allow people who are not Roman Catholic to take Communion with us?
Why can’t I have two godparents from the same sex?