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Bishop Olmsted Appeals on Behalf of the Suffering People of Lebanon

Life is never easy in Lebanon. In addition to COVID-19, the city of Beirut has suffered an explosion that has changed the lives of thousands.

Esperanza en la Cruz

Para la mayoría de ustedes, fue la primera vez que experimentaron la semana más sagrada del año, no en su iglesia parroquial, sino en su propia casa. Podría parecer que nuestra Cuaresma no ha terminado, como si aún estuviéramos atrapados en el desierto.

Hope in the Cross

For most of you, it was the first time you experienced the holiest week of the year — not in your parish church, but in your own home. It could very well seem like our Lent has not ended, like we are still stuck in the desert.

‘Mentiras malditas, y vivir el Evangelio de la vida’

La cita anterior de San Juan Pablo II fue publicada en 1995, cuando la ecografía 4D aún no estaba disponible, cuando el asalto patológico a la verdad de Roe v. Wade tenía sólo 22 años.

‘Damned Lies, and Living the Gospel of Life’

The above quote from St. John Paul II was published in 1995, when the 4D ultrasound was not yet available, when Roe v. Wade’s pathological assault on truth was just 22 years old.

The Voice of Jesus: First in a Series

In this “Christian” race, we are not competing against one another but against the physical and spiritual obstacles that stand in the way of holiness.

The Transcendentals: The power of a good heart turned toward God

During this Advent-Christmas Season, we remember Ebenezer Scrooge, the famous protagonist of Charles Dickens’ master literary work, “A Christmas Carol.”

Los Trascendentales: El poder de un buen corazón vuelto hacia Dios

Durante estas Tiempos del Adviento y la Navidad, recordamos a Ebenezer Scrooge, el famoso protagonista de la obra literaria maestra de Charles Dickens, “Cuento de Navidad”. Tenía un objetivo en la vida: ganar mucho dinero.

Q&A with Bishop Olmsted: A look at the past, present and future of the...

"It was one of the very few dioceses where I didn’t know any priests, deacons, religious or lay leaders before I arrived..." the bishop said, "Now I feel very much like the spiritual father, and I feel so close to this family."