Month: April 2018

Each Person, Each Member of the Body of Christ Is A Gift

It is late April as I write this column. Our Listening Sessions (nearly complete, with three to go), are revealing many things. I am hearing about the many challenges we face as church, a wide variety of perspectives, some hope and gratitude, and a fair amount of frustration and disappointment. One individual summarized these sessions as expressing a deep hunger. I concur. The Church is one, big family. As our creed says, we believe in ONE, holy, catholic, apostolic church. Sadly, she is not necessarily one, big, happy family. Like every human family, our church […]

Farewell To A Classy Lady & Great Servant Of The Church: Carol DeLois, Rest In Peace

Carol DeLois served as Chancellor of the Diocese of Cheyenne during the seven years I served as Bishop.  Her counsel and support to me over those years was invaluable, and I gained a dear friend in the process. Carol served the Diocese for over 25 years. It is hard to imagine how many people’s lives she touched during those years of ministry. Early this morning, after just seven months of being diagnosed with brain cancer, Carol was called home to the Lord. Carol loved the church, yet as hard as she worked in its service, […]

One Bread One Body Annual Appeal Video

This weekend we kickoff another Archdiocesan Annual Appeal; One Bread One Body. I wish to thank all who participated in this last year’s One Bread One Body Appeal, as it was one of the most successful appeals in recent history, with nearly every parish reaching their goal! Congratulations! This year, we are particularly pleased to offer a video to help promote our appeal.  I invite you to please take time to watch this short video (below) in order to better understand why it is important to support the work and ministries of the broader, archdiocesan […]

Risen Christ Continually Encountered In Sacramental Life Of The Church

Happy Easter! I hope and pray your Lenten journey was fruitful and your Easter celebration is one of even greater appreciation for the love of God who sent his only Son into the world and for Jesus Christ who coming into the world took on our human condition, walked among us, preached and healed, laid down his life on the cross and rose from the dead for our salvation. Salvation, what a precious gift! Eternal life, what a precious hope for those of us who believe in the Risen Christ! I do not know about […]

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