A Biblical Walk from the Last Supper to Calvary By Edward Sri We can accompany Jesus during the climax of Holy Week by reading the parts of the Passion Narratives as the events would have unfolded from Holy Thursday to Easter Sunday. This is something I’ve done...
The coronavirus news suddenly became very personal to me on Friday, March 13 at 11:30 a.m. when I got the call from my wife. Don’t worry. No one in our household caught the virus. We’re all healthy. But my wife was informing me that the State of Colorado had...
We trust that God sees our hearts — hearts that long for him, perhaps more than ever before. I had been watching the spread of the coronavirus on the news for several weeks. But it became very personal last Friday at 11:30 a.m. when I got the call from my wife....
In-Home Celebration of the Word of God When You Can’t Go to Mass When we are unable to participate in Holy Mass, we can still recite some of the prayers from the liturgy, ponder the readings from Mass and pray a prayer of “Spiritual Communion.” This is not a liturgy...
Two words about Mary from the Bible describe most of our lives in December: “in haste.” We run in haste to the mall, post office, grocery store. In haste, we rush to the office parties and pageants. We pack the bags, pack the car or race to get the house clean and...
In the face of scandals in the Church, Catholics are experiencing a wide range of emotions: shock, sorrow, anger, bewilderment. Many of the faithful feel helpless and wonder, “What can we do?” The Church needs more than political, legal and crisis management...
Amazing talk you gave yesterday! Such a blessed day!
Is it recorded anywhere ?
How exciting. I am currently reading her book that she wrote about Carlos.
Amazing talk yesterday, thank you
Wow what an experience so wonderful to that fantastic event just to besutiful thank you for sharing Dr Sri
I was there at The Shrine for the Eucharistic Congress today and it was an amazing Mass and conference. Your talk was very informative and excellent! Thank you for the copies of your new book we received.
So awesome that they opened (window to see inside) his coffin last June 2022 forever/ permanently. 👍 (I read this in the internet, CNA I think.)
Welcome back to Philly and Shrine of Our Lady of Czestochowa, Doylestown, PA. Clearly you are a 'Philly Phavorite'. It was more than a few years ago that I first heard you speak in person at the National Catholic Bible Conference--and that led me to join your pilgrimage to the Holy Land.
Thank you, Dr. Sri. The Eucharistic Congress was so spectacular and your talk in particular. I feel like. New person!
I'm sorry I missed this but I'm grateful that this Conference took place. God bless you 🙏 ❤️
So if I click on facebook I’l see and hear you Dr. Sri this is wonderful look forward to that event
I have the book and I have started reading and doing some of the things I have heard you say in your podcasts now. But my problem is I can sit silently and meditate with him and truly listen with him now. Is there anything you can tell me or I can do that would help me achieve this 30 day pray challenge 🙏 now?
Great book! Highly recommend!
Can't wait to check it out. Great to be with you yesterday in St. Louis!
Taking the course in study with workbook at Our Lady of the Valley right now. Enjoying it as I grow my faith/closeness with God through prayer and meditation.
Cant wait to read this
Every time I pray for certain things, I fight a battle that’s just too much sometimes!
I'm in need of this talk.
Edward Sri do you have a Kindle version out?
Our Bible Study group is loving this book!!❤️🙏
I often use The Two Great Commandments to analyze my difficulties with either Man or God.
So, the question becomes, if I am having problems with listening to God, how am I doing listening to my fellow Humans.
If I am listening to a person and in my head, I am already forming a response, I have already turned off my listening.
I then ask, how have I stopped listening to God.
Nous & Phronema are words used in this? Or are those Greek terms considered TOO Orthodox?
Four Corners Lisle, IL? We lived in Naperville swam in their pool in winter.
Prayers for Teresa to have a rewarding college career!🌺
If you haven’t already seen the new St Isadore’s chapel at K-State, it would be worth a visit next time you drive through KS. Benedictine is a wonderful place. I have looked at it but since I work for KSU and they have a vibrant Catholic community, my daughter attends there. It’s been a great experience for her. Glad we have these places in our state.
Teresa is in good hands... praying for her 1st year to be a good one.
such beautiful family.
Lovely pictures. Have a fun productive safe year Teresa.