Someone shared the story about a manager who challenged his employees during their beach party that whoever can swim across the crocodile-infested river will receive one million dollars cash, or if he/she won’t succeed, the next of kin will get it.
Our Church celebrates this upcoming Holy Week with extremely rich liturgy heightening with the Holy Triduum that gives us us no greater of an opportunity to immerse ourselves in the journey to the Cross and to revel in the hope that awaits the Resurrection.
A favorite saint for many young people is St. Gemma Galgani, also known as “The Gem of Christ” or the “Passion Flower.”
Someone shared the story about a frog wanting to climb up to the top of the well to see the light, but the other frogs discouraged him shouting, “It’s impossible, forget about it, you won’t make it.” He climbed anyway and reached the top. How? Why? The frog was deaf.
There is an ad on TV and on the radio that says, “Lent will be much shorter now that we’re in town,” referring to a local fast food restaurant that specializes in fish.
People were surprised at Jesus’ comments about the fate of the people in the hands of Herod’s soldiers as well as those who died at the collapse of the tower of Siloam.
There is a story of two holocaust survivors who meet when they are in the late eighties, and they are discussing their time together in a German concentration camp.
One of the most important and irrefutable documents that we possess is our U.S. passports.
Today, we got an early Christmas card announcing the birth of Jesus and exactly 9 months from today, we will be celebrating his birth on Christmas Day.
It’s a delightful feeling to come home, especially after some time, for there’s no place like home.