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At Mass with Pastoral Center staff

At Mass with Pastoral Center staff

Hispanic families: hope for the Church

Hispanic families: hope for the Church

Obispos Católicos de Cuba sobre anuncio de relaciones US/Cuba

Obispos Católicos de Cuba sobre anuncio de relaciones US/Cuba

Joy and skepticism greet Cuba announcement

Joy and skepticism greet Cuba announcement

Archbishop Wenski's statement on Cuba announcement

Archbishop Wenski's statement on Cuba announcement

At the funeral Mass for Fr. Ernesto Molano

At the funeral Mass for Fr. Ernesto Molano

CHS' Nursing Centers recognized in Quality Initiative Program

CHS' Nursing Centers recognized in Quality Initiative Program

Traditions, charity, foster Advent spirit

Traditions, charity, foster Advent spirit

Heart of Christmas: Archdiocese gives to families in need

Heart of Christmas: Archdiocese gives to families in need

Sts. Peter and Paul: Oasis for immigrants

Sts. Peter and Paul: Oasis for immigrants

¿Quién causa tanta alegría?

¿Quién causa tanta alegría?

Bikes roar for the kids at annual Toys in the Sun Run

Bikes roar for the kids at annual Toys in the Sun Run

Celebrate the birth of Christ at Mass with Archbishop Wenski

Celebrate the birth of Christ at Mass with Archbishop Wenski

Archbishop Wenski, Bishop Baldacchino to celebrate Filipino Advent tradition

Archbishop Wenski, Bishop Baldacchino to celebrate Filipino Advent tradition

Cath·o·hól·ic

Luke 1:26-38

Fourth Sunday of Advent - Dec. 21, 2014

The angel Gabriel was sent from God to a town of Galilee called Nazareth, to a virgin betrothed to a man named Joseph, of the house of David, and the virgin’s name was Mary. And coming to her, he said, “Hail, full of grace! The Lord is with you.” But she was greatly troubled at what was said and pondered what sort of greeting this might be.

Then the angel said to her, “Do not be afraid, Mary, for you have found favor with God. “Behold, you will conceive in your womb and bear a son, and you shall name him Jesus. He will be great and will be called Son of the Most High, and the Lord God will give him the throne of David his father, and he will rule over the house of Jacob forever, and of his kingdom there will be no end.” But Mary said to the angel, “How can this be, since I have no relations with a man?”

And the angel said to her in reply, “The Holy Spirit will come upon you, and the power of the Most High will overshadow you. Therefore the child to be born will be called holy, the Son of God. And behold, Elizabeth, your relative, has also conceived a son in her old age, and this is the sixth month for her who was called barren; for nothing will be impossible for God.” Mary said, “Behold, I am the handmaid of the Lord. May it be done to me according to your word.” Then the angel departed from her.

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Rev. Juan J. Sosa

Saint Joseph

Fourth Sunday of Advent - Dec. 21, 2014

Although he is King, David cannot do much without trusting God. This is one possible summary of today’s first reading. God wants David’s dynasty of prevail for all times, not through aggression or violence but through the peace that belongs to those who trust in him. In the second reading. Saint Paul affirms that the strength of the community comes from God, who loves them deeply.

In the Gospel, we feel the force of the divine grace that embraced the humble maiden of Nazareth to transform her into the Mother of the Savior. Today we are invited to catch a glimpse of the lights that announce the Incarnation of God in the womb of the Virgin Mary. For several days now, during the Christmas novena, this announcement has been celebrated through pastorelas, aguinaldos, and other local gatherings.

It is recommended that community leaders bring together their groups and prepare them to visit their neighborhood to help others reflect upon and celebrate this great mystery that transformed the human race.

Rev. Juan J. Sosa

What Can We Learn from the Magi?

Advent Day 20 - December 19, 2014

The Magi are great Advent figures because they spend their time surveying the night sky. We don't know exactly who they were, but we know there was a tradition of stargazing in certain lands east of the Holy Land.

The Magi were what we would call both astrologers and astronomers. They were looking patiently for signs of God's purpose. We might think the way they're looking is funny, by searching for signs in the sky, but, nevertheless, they were looking, in a very patient and intentional way. That makes them Advent figures.

How many of us have become indifferent to the signs of God? How many of us stop wondering what God is up to? How much time do we spend searching out those questions? Prayer is the response to such questions, for that's what prayer involves: seeking the purpose and intentions of God.

By searching for signs of God, the Magi are captivating Advent figures.

Source: Word on Fire

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