“Our family is everyone. Our greatness lies in how we treat them, and the sacrifices we make for others, and the service we provide for them – every day. Our greatness lies in how we listen to Jesus’ calling, and how we let Him use us as His instrument to help others in our lives. This is why He came to us, as one of us. To show us how to achieve this.”
Joseph LaCombe. "Be His Instrument." A Catholic Moment. October 21, 2018
"I saw a post on social media a while back from a friend who had just finished reading Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince. They mentioned a quote from the end of the book that goes like this:"
Joseph LaCombe. "Now, Fight!." A Catholic Moment. September 23, 2018
“That is the main thing we were put here on earth to do. To learn to quit being selfish, because that is actually the definition of sin. We were put here on earth to learn to love God, to love Jesus and to love our family, friends and the people we live and work with in our everyday lives.”
Laura Kazlas. "One’s Life Does Not Consist of Money and Possessions." A Catholic Moment. August 4, 2013
"Today’s reading from the book of Wisdom is very appropriate for the times we live in when adherence to faith and to Christian values is often mocked by the secular world and even some Christians can be found apologizing for what many people see as unenlightened attitudes. The mistake made by ‘the godless’ in this reading is all too clear – they think that they have all the necessary evidence to make an informed judgment...."
Fr. John Patrick Kenrick. "Childlike but not Childish." Torch. September 13, 2021
“God is the creator and giver of all good things. Life is not something we possess; it is a gift we receive. And we want share these gifts with others.”
Fr. David Sanders. "Sharing Possessions Makes You Rich in the Sight of God." Torch. July 26, 2016
“And so he gives us through his death and resurrection the fullness of all that is human. That is why we put to death in us whatever is not of Christ: sexual impurity, greed (a form of idolatry), anger, malice, lying. These are simply not consistent with being ‘raised with Christ’.”
Fr. Fabian Radcliffe. "The Meaning of Life." Torch. August 5, 2001