The Great Amen
A part of the eucharistic prayer is always dedicated to praying for others.
"It is not man that causes the things offered to become the body and blood of Christ, but he who was crucified for us, Christ himself."
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We turn to the Eucharistic Prayer which is prayed by the Priest while we are kneeling.
Bishop Earl Boyea of Lansing offers this personal appreciation of the late Joseph Ratzinger.
The most solemn part of the Mass is the Eucharistic Prayer. Eucharist means thanksgiving.
“Pray, brothers and sisters, that my sacrifice and yours may be acceptable to God, the almighty Father.”
Recall what God said to Adam: “By the sweat of your brow you shall eat bread.”
The Eucharist! It is a great “thanksgiving.” Jesus’ sacrificial offering was a thanksgiving to the Father.
Planned Parenthood and other organizations have begun seeking signatures for a petition to put a serious matter on our state ballot this fall.
Looking back with an “end-of-the-year” mind-set, what have we learned?
Well, the Realignment of Resources for Mission Committee, after a long two years of hard work, has presented to me their recommendations for our diocese.
The following reflections from the bishop cover the chapters we’ll be reading from the end of October through the end of November.
Synodality! This is one of Pope Francis’ favorite words.
Pope St. Paul VI, a great lover of Scripture, hoped for this increased usage of Scripture in the Mass.
It can be difficult to know where to begin. A few helpful tips for getting started.
Bishop Boyea invites us to enter into a closer relationship with the Lord through hearing him in the words of Scripture.
Here in the middle of July, we are going to take a break from Genesis, which we have just finished, and Exodus, which we will soon start.
How to prayerfully read Scripture with a child.
Welcome back to church!
What is meant by this word “prophet”?