I can’t stand these expressions. it’s great to see someone take them on in a beautiful and accessible way (via The San Francisco Globe)

I can’t stand these expressions. it’s great to see someone take them on in a beautiful and accessible way (via The San Francisco Globe)

Christ is risen from the dead trampling death by death (at St. Francis of Assisi Parish)

Christ is risen from the dead trampling death by death (at St. Francis of Assisi Parish)

Behold the wood of the cross, on which hung the salvation of the world (at St. Francis of Assisi Parish)

Behold the wood of the cross, on which hung the salvation of the world (at St. Francis of Assisi Parish)

The Bread Line

Ten thousand years of war and peace and glory,
Of hope and work and deeds and golden schemes,
Of mighty voices raised in song and story,
Of huge inventions and of splendid dreams;

Ten thousand years replete with every wonder,
Of empires risen and of empires dead;
Yet still, while wasters roll in swollen plunder,
These broken men must stand in line—for bread!

- Berton Braley

Praying the stations (at Franciscan Monastery)

Praying the stations (at Franciscan Monastery)

Passion Sunday (at Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception)

Passion Sunday (at Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception)

The Spirit of the Liturgy

The Spirit of the Liturgy

Do you know about new trends among American Emerging Adult Catholics? (via #Reviewsday Tuesday: 6 Takeaways from Young Catholic America)

Do you know about new trends among American Emerging Adult Catholics? (via #Reviewsday Tuesday: 6 Takeaways from Young Catholic America)

"Not to enable the poor to share in our goods is to steal from them and deprive them of life. The goods we possess are not ours, but theirs. … The demands of justice must be satisfied first of all; that which is already due in justice is not to be offered as a gift of charity."

"It is risky to sit at the Lord’s table, and there is absolutely no certainty that one will not end up on it with one’s own body broken, one’s own blood poured out."

Aidan Kavanagh

The Problem with a Pop-Culture Christ