Hoy, en el vigesimoquinto aniversario del ataque terrorista al Edificio Federal Alfred P. Murrah en Oklahoma City, recordamos las 168 vidas inocentes que fueron tomadas, incluyendo 19 niños. También recordamos a tres niños no nacidos que perecieron ese día.
Today, on the 25th anniversary of the bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City, we remember the 168 innocent lives taken, including 19 children. We also remember three unborn children who perished that day. These were our family members, our friends, co-workers and neighbors. We are grateful for their lives and we will never forget their sacrifice.
VATICAN CITY (CNS) -- Pope Francis created a new commission that will confront the challenges the world is facing in battling the coronavirus pandemic and what it will inevitably face in its aftermath, the Vatican announced.
VATICAN CITY (CNS) -- With people forced to stay home, even during Holy Week, because of the coronavirus pandemic, the archbishop of Turin has announced a special online exposition of the Shroud of Turin, which many believe is the burial cloth of Jesus.
Era una hermosa mañana de Domingo de Pascua en la Ciudad de Oklahoma. El sol había salido y la temperatura de la mañana ya era de 70 grados. Sin duda, sería más cálido para cuando salieran de la Misa en español de las 1:15 p.m. en Santiago Apóstol.
When the spread of coronavirus cancelled large gatherings across the Archdiocese of Oklahoma City, parishioners and staff turned to Facebook, YouTube and Zoom to share worship services with parishioners and conduct meetings with co-workers.
With shelter-in-place orders in several Oklahoma cities and a safer-in-place order for the state, public Masses are suspended until further notice. The Sooner Catholic asks parishioners across the archdiocese, how the circumstances have changed or enhanced how they celebrate their Catholic faith.
Fr. Hesburgh, the president of Notre Dame, made a vital statement to the graduating class of 1980, “Twenty percent of the people in the world enjoy eighty percent of the world’s resources, while eighty percent of the world’s population only enjoy twenty percent of the world’s resources.”