Today is the Transfiguration of Our Lord, the last Sunday after Epiphany. The Gospel reading for today is Matthew 17:1-9. #tensecondsermon

Today is the Transfiguration of Our Lord, the last Sunday after Epiphany. The Gospel reading for today is Matthew 17:1-9. #tensecondsermon

The Good Shepherd - as per our Gospel readings for today and yesterday  - Lent Wk. IV - in fact, the fourth Sunday of Lent is called "Good Shepherd Sunday" because of the Gospel

The Good Shepherd - as per our Gospel readings for today and yesterday - Lent Wk. IV - in fact, the fourth Sunday of Lent is called "Good Shepherd Sunday" because of the Gospel

Children's Bible Reading Plan: Read through the Gospel of John in 6 weeks! Perfect for summer reading!

Bible Reading Plan for Children - Great for Summer

Children's Bible Reading Plan: Read through the Gospel of John in 6 weeks! Perfect for summer reading!

Want to gain a deeper understanding of who God is? Join us this month for a free bible reading plan and series on Knowing the Father.

Achieving Your Goals with an Intentional Bible Reading Plan

Want to gain a deeper understanding of who God is? Join us this month for a free bible reading plan and series on Knowing the Father.

Joe Catholic - Today we many dioceses in the United States celebrate the Solemnity of the Body and Blood of Christ. The Gospel reading for today is taken from the 6th chapter of John, the Bread of Life Discourse. Today's Navarre Bible commentary explains the meaning of Christ's words "eat my flesh" and "drink my blood." This commentary can serve as a good tool for answering questions about our belief in the real presence of Christ in the Eucharist.

Joe Catholic - Today we many dioceses in the United States celebrate the Solemnity of the Body and Blood of Christ. The Gospel reading for today is taken from the 6th chapter of John, the Bread of Life Discourse. Today's Navarre Bible commentary explains the meaning of Christ's words "eat my flesh" and "drink my blood." This commentary can serve as a good tool for answering questions about our belief in the real presence of Christ in the Eucharist.

Good News (Gospel) : Reading your Bible for Today June 4

Good News (Gospel) : Reading your Bible for Today June 4

Of all the lessons which can be drawn from the Gospel reading for today, (Mark 5:21–43) perhaps, the most powerful one is the most direct: “Do not be afraid; just have faith.” The stark simplicity of Our Lord’s statement jolts us. When we are faced with difficulties, fear can be our typical reaction. Only faith can move us beyond that fear.  Our Holy Father Dominic by Lawrence OP, via Flickr

Of all the lessons which can be drawn from the Gospel reading for today, (Mark 5:21–43) perhaps, the most powerful one is the most direct: “Do not be afraid; just have faith.” The stark simplicity of Our Lord’s statement jolts us. When we are faced with difficulties, fear can be our typical reaction. Only faith can move us beyond that fear. Our Holy Father Dominic by Lawrence OP, via Flickr

Why do Christians go to church on Sunday instead of Saturday, like Jesus did? What would Jesus do today? The "Road Back to the Sabbath" infographic examines intriguing Bible passages and Sabbath history to answer these questions and more. It's all designed to get you thinking more deeply about a Bible subject that you might just be taking for granted ...

Why do Christians go to church on Sunday instead of Saturday, like Jesus did? What would Jesus do today? The "Road Back to the Sabbath" infographic examines intriguing Bible passages and Sabbath history to answer these questions and more. It's all designed to get you thinking more deeply about a Bible subject that you might just be taking for granted ...

Finally, Brethren. . .: Single Women and their place in the Bible...pinning so I can find again

Finally, Brethren. . .: Single Women and their place in the Bible...pinning so I can find again

Stresses in our lives come regardless of our circumstances. We must deal with them the best we can. But we should not let them get in the way of what is most important—and what is most important almost always involves the people around us. -Pres. Thomas S. Monson

Stresses in our lives come regardless of our circumstances. We must deal with them the best we can. But we should not let them get in the way of what is most important—and what is most important almost always involves the people around us. -Pres. Thomas S. Monson

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