The Office of Stewardship
Helping you live this Catholic Way of Life
The broad strokes of what happens at Mass can be traced in two basic movements . . the Father gives Himself through the Son in the Holy Spirit. . . He does so in order that the Church may do something with this gift; namely, offer it as its own back to the Father.
Not surprisingly, science confirms what we know as Christians to be true: gratitude is a virtue, a good habit, that if cultivated over time, makes us happier, healthier and, we might add, holier.
Merry Christmas from the Office of Stewardship.
Man was created for greatness—for God himself; he was created to be filled by God. But his heart is too small for the greatness to which it is destined. It must be stretched…
“Do not withhold good from those to whom it is due, when it is in your power to do it.”
The daily life we live, apparently so ordinary, can be a path to sanctity
The Office of Stewardship wishes you a Blessed Thanksgiving!
We end the liturgical year with a reminder that Jesus is, indeed, the King of the Universe. He desires to be King of our hearts and our lives as well.
Single-tasking is the opposite of multitasking, and it’s better in virtually every way.”
Eternal rest grant unto them , O Lord,
and let perpetual light shine upon them.
May the souls of all the faithful departed, through the mercy of God, rest in peace.”
“Without love, we are not really living; we are merely breathing.”
“We all know that the ‘divine glory of the ego’ is socially a great nuisance; we all do actually value our friends for modesty, freshness, and simplicity of heart.
In this Sunday’s reading from the Second Letter of Timothy, St. Paul reminds us of the importance of the Scriptures.
“Love the Madonna and pray the rosary, for her rosary is the weapon against the evils of the world today.”
Summit 2019, held on Saturday, September 28th was such a gift to our Diocese! The day, filled with fellowship, food, prayer and the wise counsel and insight of our keynote speaker, Fr. John Riccardo . .
“Our Lord does not look so much at the greatness of our actions, or even at their difficulty, as with the love with which we do them.”
I have always felt, as a parent and as a catechist, that teaching prayers is much easier than teaching someone to pray.
“For everything there is a season, and a time for every matter under heaven”
We can promise lightly enough to give up our will to somebody else, but when it comes to the test we shall find it the most difficult thing in the world to do thoroughly. I must accomplish ordinary actions, in an extraordinary way.
“And everyone who has given up houses or brothers or sisters or father or mother or children or lands for the sake of my name will receive a hundred times more, and will inherit eternal life.” Matthew 19:29
And everyone who has given up houses or brothers or sisters or father or mother or children or lands for the sake of my name will receive a hundred times more, and will inherit eternal life.”
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