We Meet Jesus Christ

The encounter with the living Jesus Christ

The Gospels relate many meetings between Jesus and the men and women of his day. Born in a humble stable, simple shepherds were the first witnesses to his birth. During his public ministry Jesus entered the homes of sinners and dined with them. When some protested he said, "I have not come to call the righteous, but sinners to repentance" (Lk 18:9).

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We Celebrate

The seven sacraments are the powerful masterworks of God in the new and everlasting covenant. (1116, Catechism)

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We Suffer

Time spent beside those who are put to the test may bear fruits of grace. (Benedict XVI, World Day of the Sick, 2010)

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We Learn

I want all Catholic schools to demonstrate a vibrant, hope-filled spirit that proclaims to the whole world that Christ is alive and active in our homes, in our parishes and school communities and in our world. (Archbishop Robert J. Carlson, January 2010)

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We Share

"I recognize now that the Lord really is my shepherd. He is the owner and the giver of everything I have and everything I am. I am His steward, the guardian or caretaker of what rightfully belongs to Him alone. And as long as I remain faithful to Him, to His will and His way, I have nothing to worry about or be angry about or be afraid of." Archbishop Robert J. Carlson

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We Play

"Come to me, all you who labor and are burdened, and I will give you rest. Take my yoke upon you and learn from me, for I am meek and humble of heart; and you will find rest for your selves." (Matthew 11:15-16)

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