Tag Archives: Marc Cardaronella

Peace, Reconciliation, and the Wounds Go Together

This weekend is Divine Mercy Sunday, a feast established by Pope St. John Paul II in 2001.

Lessons from the Temptation

Every year on the first Sunday of Lent, we hear a temptation narrative from one of the three Synoptic gospels,

He Brings Glad Tiding to the Poor

What’s your typical reaction to self-help gurus?

Historical details and the Christian proposition

In the beginning of this Christmas gospel, we get a curious detail.

What kind of Kingdom is Christ’s

We say it every Mass and every time we pray a rosary

The Dangers of Money

When I first came back to the Church, I wanted to pretend this week’s gospel didn’t exist.

Is not this Jesus, the son of Joseph?

Ever wonder why some people believe and some don’t?

A lesson on trusting the message of an angel

This week’s gospel presents us with a crisis of faith and its resolution.

What every Catholic is called to do

What one thing is every Catholic called to do?

Office to serve parishes, families in daily life

Bishop James V. Johnston, Jr. has announced the creation of the new diocesan Office of the Domestic Church and Discipleship which will better serve parishes and families as they daily go about their Christian lives.

September 23, 2020
The Diocese of Kansas City ~ St. Joseph