by Pedro A. Moreno, O.P. Secretariado de Evangelización y Catequesis
La Torá, o Pentateuco (Cinco Rollos), es el nombre dado a los primeros cinco libros de la Biblia: Génesis, Éxodo, Levítico, Números y Deuteronomio. Juntos forman el corazón y fundamento del judaísmo. Estos libros divinamente inspirados describen el primer encuentro de la humanidad con Dios y su amor, voluntad, guía y enseñanza para todos nosotros.
College students at the University of Oklahoma in Norman, Oklahoma State University in Stillwater and the University of Tulsa have a unique opportunity to build their Catholic faith while living away from their families, through the Fellowship of Catholic University Students (FOCUS) collegiate outreach.
by By Carrie Rossow and Eliana Tedrow, the Sooner Catholic
During the annual “Life of the Party” gala fundraising event hosted by Birth Choice of Oklahoma on March 23, leaders announced a new chapter for the organization – a name change to Willow Pregnancy Support.
Judith Valente, an award-winning author and journalist, spoke at Epiphany of the Lord Catholic Church on March 23 about “How to Live: What The Rule of St. Benedict Teaches Us About Happiness, Meaning, and Community.” The presentation was part of a Lenten retreat sponsored by The Benedictine OKC Oblates of Mount Saint Scholastica Monastery.
by Pedro A. Moreno, O.P. Secretariat for Evangelization and Catechesis
The Torah, or Pentateuch (Five Scrolls), is the name given to the first five books of the Bible: Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers and Deuteronomy. Together they form the heart and foundation of Judaism. These divinely inspired books describe the first encounter of humanity with God and his love, will, guidance and teaching for all of us.
MIDDLESEX, N.J. (CNS) -- Father Carlos Martins preaches that for Catholics to reach heaven, they must possess forgiving hearts, participate in the sacraments and live their Christian identities to the fullest.