After six years of coordinating beautiful liturgies as well as supporting our liturgical and prayer ministries, Jennifer Fangman has decided to pursue other opportunities leading us to search for a new Liturgy Director. We're grateful to Jennifer for her dedication to the worship and prayer life of St. Thomas More Parish.
In Jesus’ “Bread of Life” discourse, Jesus presents himself as “the one who serves” and commands that we follow his example. Sister Marie Benedict Elliott, F.S.E., writes how this Scripture, and her experience as a teenager at the Diocese of Arlington's WorkCamp, helped shaped her vocation.
Everything we do in preaching the Gospel has one goal: to bring people to the Eucharist. Why? Because this is where we encounter Christ himself, where he gives us his life, and where he teaches us how to fulfill the meaning of our lives. Bishop Cozzens explains.
“The most profound thing we can do each day is participate in the Mass.” In this moving testimony, David Spesia shares how this providential line from a humble priest’s homily made all the difference in his life.
Father Joe Laramie, S.J., describes a very difficult time in his life — one that he knew he had contributed to. But during a Holy Hour before the Blessed Sacrament, the light of a little red candle and the power of the presence of Jesus Christ worked to bring a ray of light into his heart.