Tag: Immaculate Heart of Mary

God’s Grace Active In Today’s Church

In so many ways, it is clear God’s grace is active and alive in the Church today, and it has been on full display this week in the Archdiocese of Anchorage! Our week began with the annual Alaska Catholic Youth Conference.  For four days, approximately 250 youth, ministers and chaperones gathered in Anchorage from around the state of Alaska.  These young people are full of energy and especially, faith! We prayed together, played together, and took time to learn even more about our faith from a variety of speakers.  I’m particularly grateful that all four […]

Immaculate Heart of Mary

Today the Church celebrates another feast of our Blessed Mother under the title of the Immaculate Heart.  This morning as I was walking and praying the rosary, I had a few thoughts about how much we continue to need Mary. In the first Joyful Mystery, the Annunciation, we see how God longs to be in communication with humanity.  He chose Mary as a woman of faith, “full of grace”.  Through her, in the person of Jesus, our God took on human flesh and a human face, to communicate with us in a human fashion.  No doubt, […]

By Daniele Zedda • 18 February

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