Like it or not, new year’s resolutions are a part of our culture.  And if taken in balance, they can be a positive thing.  We all need to press “reset” from time to time, don’t we?  What better time to step back and take an honest look at our lives and consider where we can […]

(This praise report was originally printed in the November issue of the King’s Connection) “Christ has no body now, but yours. No hands, no feet on earth, but yours.”  — St. Teresa of Avila Four of your fellow parishioners understand this message that Jesus has called them to reflect his perfect light in the world […]

It’s amazing what can happen when we are open, truly open to the power of the Holy Spirit to heal and bring life into what seems to be hopeless situations.  Patsy Bunnell, a Christ the King parishioner, and Sister Georgette Andrade decided to place their trust in the Holy Spirit and see what would happen.  […]

This past Sunday, we started what will hopefully be a new and growing tradition at the Cathedral of Christ the King.   A group of experienced intercessors gathered in the Guadalupe Chapel following the 9AM Mass and prayed for those who felt a need for focused prayer.  The Holy Spirit responded in some powerful ways as […]

Deacon Tim here.  One of the great blessings of my life and my job here at the Cathedral is being a part of the RCIA process and encountering those who are seeking to discern becoming a disciple of Jesus Christ in the Catholic Church.  We have an amazing group of new inquirers who are just […]

Lauren Weissmueller was received into the Full Communion of the Catholic Church on Sunday, April 8th.  In preparing for her Rite of Reception where she made her Profession of Faith, was confirmed and made her First Holy Communion, she had to make her first Reconciliation.  Afterward, Lauren offered this praise report of her experience of preparing […]

On Ash Wednesday a few years ago, I fully intended on getting up for 8am mass.  Shockingly, I did not jump out of bed when my alarm went off an hour earlier than usual and … I missed mass.  Luckily a church near my office was giving ashes at noon. “Perfect,” I thought, “I’ll go during my lunch break … but I […]