Catholic News & Perspective

December 2022

Dec 7

‘O come, let us adore him’

By: Our Sunday Visitor Editorial Board “O Come, All Ye Faithful” is undoubtedly one of the most beloved Christmas carols. Whether it echoes in hearts from its use in Advent, Christmas and Epiphany liturgies, or from the dulcet tones of Bing Crosby’s crooning, the hymn brings many to tears every Christmas season. While the exact...
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Dec 5

Be Jesus — and with Jesus — on the streets

By: Kathryn Jean Lopez “What are they protesting?” “Sin.” I’ve been to more than a few Eucharistic processions in major American cities in my time. And part of the joy of it is the questions people ask along the way. Even New Yorkers, who are known to keep their heads down and keep moving, stop and look. And...
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Dec 2

Opening the Word: The desert matters

By: Father Joshua J. Whitfield “For I in my pride was daring to seek what only a humble person can find,” St. Augustine said. That’s the lesson, an important one, at least, this Second Sunday of Advent, about how to find God. Augustine was talking about his own arrogance, why for so many years he refused to follow...
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