Today we pray for all doctors, that God may give them all they need to heal the sick.
What does it mean to celebrate Easter? In these reflections Msgr. Lavalley uses the Easter season to unpack the beauty and mystery of the Sacrament of Baptism. Baptism is not just something that is nice, it is something that is essential.
Lord, you know we are suffering in many ways because of the afflictions caused by the COVID-19 virus. We pray today for all of those in the healing profession who are nurses. We thank God for giving to them a caring vocation. We thank you for calling them to imitate you in your care and compassion.
Sometimes things happen in our lives that simply feel too good to be true. For me it was my ordination and religious profession. For you it may be the day you got married, or when your children were born. Maybe it was a day when you got a great job promotion, bought a new house, or accomplished a lifelong goal.
My good friend Msgr. Richard Lavalley reflects on Easter Sunday. The story of the Church is the searching for Christ. Where can we find the hidden Lord? Where have they have taken him? Where is he? Sometimes he is right in front of us.
Holy Saturday reflections from my good friend Msgr. Richard Lavalley. He reflects on Jesus as the firstborn of the dead.
Reflections on the final three words of Jesus from the Cross by my good friend Msgr. Richard Lavalley.
My good friend, Msgr. Richard Lavalley, offers a very moving meditation on the Stations of the Cross.
Today we pray for those people who work in government. We pray for all those people who must make difficult decisions during this time of pandemic.