Year of Faith

Holy Eucharist

When I walk into any Catholic Church I am drawn, inexplicably to the Tabernacle. It is, for me, a place of peace and quiet in a busy and chaotic world. It is a sense of peace that simply cannot be found anywhere else. That is because of the Real Presence of Jesus in the Eucharist.

Chabad of El Paso

“The world is looking,” says Rabbi Yisroel Greenburg of Chabad, about man’s eternal search for answers, for meaning, “for something good to report, continuously. Unfortunately, It’s a constant war between good and evil. Evil is not a real thing. Good is real.”

Chalking the Doors on Epiphany

Chalking the doorway is done as a blessing. A blessing for the home, for those who live there, for those who might come and visit. It’s a reminder of God’s presence in our lives and dedication, to Him, of everything that will happen throughout the year to God.