Parishioners from Our Lady of Guadalupe re-enact Christ's journey to crucifixion
I have noticed that comics on TV increasingly ridicule and insult Jesus. As a Christian I resent their poor judgment and find this insulting.
They were standing there waiting for me. The troubled look of concern was all over both of their faces. My wife and my oldest daughter were talking quietly to each other. I knew it wasn’t good. Then they turned to me and said, “Lady got sick last night, and it’s all over the basement!”
PORTAGE | Some 15 years ago Joe Mokol's son asked him that if Christmas was about the birth of Jesus Christ, where does this Santa fellow fit in?
A recent letter said President Barack Obama couldn't be a Christian. The basis for this incredible claim was that Obama was not conservative. There is nor ever was anyone on Earth more liberal than Jesus.
All this rivalry about how to get to heaven and is there really a God?
Every day I get a confident little voice in the back of my head that says, "It's going to be all right!" It's a voice I believe God put there because of Easter. For Christians, Easter is the crowning achievement of all history. It has a powerful impact for every day of our life.
EAST CHICAGO | Our Lady of Guadalupe Church, which has a 30-year reputation of re-enacting its dramatic Living Way of the Cross, marked that anniversary by expanding its Holy Week celebration.
Many Christians in Northwest Indiana worshiped in churches to observe Ash Wednesday, the first day of Lent — a sacred period of spiritual preparation.
It is reasonable to believe Jesus' apostles would have taken his burial shroud and face cloth and kept them. Passed on from owner to owner over the centuries, the shroud and face cloth finally ended up in the possession of the Catholic Church.
One of the greatest challenges for you as a father or mother, is setting the right example for your children. Children do follow the example of their fathers and mothers. How quickly those little ones imitate your actions and pick up your words -- good or bad.
Next Sunday will be the 10-year anniversary of the tragic day we have come to know simply as 9/11. It is a day forever etched in our minds.
Why is it you can't pray in Jesus' name in public but politicians can use his name to further their agendas?
As a member of the clergy, the first thing that came into my mind when I heard the news concerning the death of Osama bin Laden was the many friends and families of the victims of 9/11.
Vince Panozzo's March 15 letter states, "There is nothing, nothing we have done or could do that would cause us to lose (God's) love or for him to become ashamed of us. We are his, and he is ours — forever."
Who stole my Baby Jesus out of my Nativity set? I would like to know the scumbag who would do such a thing.
Christians around the world are celebrating the Savior's birth today, the culmination of four weeks of preparation for the blessed event. It is a joyous occasion that should not end.
There is something magic in this time of year.
I'm not dreaming of a white Christmas, the countryside covered by snow.
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