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By Greg Zambrano There are so many amazing stories of the Bible that really inspire, while at same time instruct and catechize you. One bible passage that I really enjoy is Genesis 28:10-17 – Jacob’s dream of the stairway to heaven. It is a short story in the bible that kids could really enjoy.
By Greg Zambrano Our ultimate goal is to be with God in heaven. It is the purpose of our creation. The Baltimore Catechism says, “God made me to know him, to love him and to serve him in this world, and to be happy with him forever in the next.” St. Paul 2 Corinthians 12 […]
By Greg Zambrano “Out of the depths I cry to thee, O Lord! Lord, hear my voice,” Psalms 130. This Scripture verse is a strong supplication towards God. Don’t we often find ourselves in a similar feeling or situation? We are at the end of hope, the max of our faith in God and others.
By Greg Zambrano Recently in preparation for Divine Mercy Sunday, my kids and I prayed the Stations of the Cross at home. Since there are 14 stations and I have two kids, so I decided to give one child the lead on the first seven stations, and the younger one the lead on stations 8-14.
By Greg Zambrano Reading the Clarion Herald recently after my child brought home a copy from school, I saw so many names of people coming in to the Catholic Church on the Easter Vigil. I can tell it is not an easy journey. So much time, dedication and tears have transpired to enter the church. […]
By Greg Zambrano When I thank God for his most amazing, essential and fundamental grace, the grace of life came to mind recently when I reflected on Jesus’ Nativity. We are given, at conception, the most brilliant gift – existence. Whenever discuss the importance of thanksgiving to God with my children, one exercise comes to […]
By Greg Zambrano The passion of Christ is a very violent and horrific event, but we should never be afraid of a crucifix – just respect and honor it. Many courageous Christian men and women have stared at, venerated and exalted one. Valiant saints like Maximilian Kolbe, Edith Stein, Maria Goretti and others […]
By Greg Zambrano One sunny day, the kids and I were outside the house. My oldest daughter asked if it is ok to judge others, to judge sinners and people who are in great mortal sin and don’t seem to care about coming home to Christ. Right away, I thought she needed accurate information and […]
By Greg Zambrano Many world issues are being discussed by people right now: Who is going to win the presidential election? When will this hurricane season end? Twenty-one years ago, back in 1999, it was Y2K and the worry of computers crashing worldwide. Everyone was worried about their life savings – something they had worked […]
By Greg Zambrano Some time ago, I was going through a stressful moment – the very common stresses of 2020: COVID 19, hurricanes, kids not behaving, people out of work, watching the news and seeing all the protest/destruction of our USA cities, health issues, too much going on. To take my mind off of the […]