On this Sunday, Jesus challenges us to have courage and do not fear when storms rise in our lives. Jesus is in the boat with us. The suddenness of life’s storms often catches us off guard. Nevertheless, we must call on Jesus and tell him our needs.
This Sunday, the Church commemorates the solemnity of the Corpus Christi (Latin, it means the Body of Christ). The body of Christ is the living bread from heaven which he gave to us during the Last Supper.
Today, the Church celebrates the Feast of the Visitation. Mary said, “With all my heart I glorify the Lord! In the depths of who I am I rejoice in God my savior. He has looked with favor on the low status of his servant.
On May 27, we celebrate the anniversary of the founding of our Congregation on Pentecost in 1703. We also celebrate the 2nd Annual Spiritan Day of Giving and the life-changing mission work made possible through your prayers and gifts.
Ascension Thursday celebrates the end of the great 50 days after Jesus’ resurrection. In the Acts of the Apostles we read that, “Jesus is lifted from the apostles’ sight, they keep looking in amazement at the sky.