Where are they? Sunday’s Gospel reading, Jn 1:35-42, unfolds in an undetermined location.
Biscotti are very hard and dry Italian cookies. As such, they can be difficult to eat.
Catholics of an older generation most likely remember the Communion rail. It has disappeared from most churches, although it still survives in a few.
While formulating a parish mission statement, we came across the following: “The church does not have a mission. The mission has a church.”
Some people do not like to drive their car at night.
Sometimes, academic discussion can look too arcane to serve any practical purpose.
People invest money for a variety of reasons.
If we saw a man bury his underwear in the ground, how would we interpret that action?
Since we observe All Souls Day this Sunday, any Gospel reading from the Mass of the Dead may be used.
Pictures of Moses often show him cradling in his arms the two stone tablets of the Law.