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BY Greg Zambrano Attending Mass one day with my kids, I heard Responsorial Psalm 145 read. I thought it inspiring and filled with unlimited imagery to ponder about giving glory to God and praising his name. Images obtained through prayer help me relax, sit back and enjoy the course. It’s like navigating down a small […]
By Greg Zambrano This year, for several months, I have thought of driving to as many National Parks as possible in the summer while my kids are out of school. The way I see it is that, at this point in their lives, their faith and relationship with God is developing, and I want them […]
By Greg Zambrano The Gospel teaches our kids and ourselves that, when in need, you are never alone. We might feel, sometimes, like we are completely 100% on our own, and there is no one to assist us. We lose hope and view things, that are truly small, much worse than what they are. Hoping and valuing empty promises of […]
By Greg Zambrano Praying the Angelus, the church remembers Our Blessed Virgin Mary Mother, in a special way, in the month of May. My kids brought flowers to school to honor Mary during the school Mass. It is great seeing many kids remembering the mother of Jesus. The first two lines of the Angelus say, […]
By Greg Zambrano Children require direction and feedback on their path towards God. As parents, we constantly have to instruct children on many things – from how to brush their teeth and tie their shoes to how to pray and learn about Catholicism. As an indicator, we direct them towards the best and safest path […]
By Greg Zambrano When we go to Mass, there are many things that we notice occurring. Offering Jesus, his death on the cross and our clean and contrite heart are the ultimate offerings to God from the laity. If you ever attend Mass on a weekday, especially early in the morning, you notice that those […]
By Greg Zambrano We are all born with the same goal – to be with our creator in heaven. In forming our soul or gaining spiritual maturity, prayer is very important. In a relationship with Christ, he thinks of us all the time, always by our side waiting for us to speak to him.
By Greg Zambano La Pieta by the sculptor Michelangelo is an amazing, beautiful work of art. Many churches around the world have copies of it to remind us of Jesus’s death on the cross. It’s similar to the 13th Station of the Cross. Most churches have an image of Jesus recently taken down from cross […]
By Greg Zambrano Do we need a reformation in our lives? After a long time of doing things the same way, how are things working out? Some things are good, and some maybe not so good. Having a clear goal is important. In a spiritual sense, our goal is to do our best not to […]
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 […]