Posts Tagged ‘hospitality’
Showing hospitality to new arrivals in town is a great way families can live out the work of mercy to “welcome the stranger.” Stacey writes about how their family is doing that right now.
As we approach the Jubilee of Mercy (begins Dec. 8, 2015), Pope Francis encouraged all people – and especially families – to open wide their doors to others, welcoming them in a spirit of hospitality.
Families should feel at home in the Church, and the Church should feel like a family, said Pope Francis at his weekly general audience.
At the supermarket getting ready to entertain, Tim and Donna are reminded of the importance of paying attention to language.
Our Christmas journeys (and hosting) this year taught us the importance of being present with others – a lesson the three wise men knew well.
Hospitality has always been important to the Noems. Here, Josh talks about being hospitable…to his wife: making her homecoming after work pleasant and tending to her needs.
A bride and groom getting married in the Catholic Church know that their wedding is about more than the perfect dress or expertly staged pictures: for baptized Christians, marriage is a sacrament, and for all couples getting married Catholic, the wedding is a profound expression of God’s love and a witness to the couple’s faith. […]