With Divine Mercy Sunday this weekend, Richaél Lucero explores the message of Divine Mercy that Jesus gave to St. Faustina in the 1930’s. Plus, how to receive the graces promised on the feast of Divine Mercy Sunday (even under social distancing restrictions.)
How the liturgical readings of the Lenten season and our practices of prayer, fasting, and almsgiving remind us of the true call of Lent—conversion. Listen in for the details.
Catholics are called *Eucharistic People.* Find out what this title means and its connection with giving thanks. Listen as Richaél Lucero shares her top three tips to cultivating a Eucharistic heart and living it with purpose.
The heart plays a distinguished role in prayer. For this reason spiritual writers refer to the heart as an *altar.* Richaél Lucero surveys the centrality of the altar in Judaism and Catholicism to refresh our approach to prayer, esteem the majesty of our hearts, and renew our zeal for the significance of the altar in the liturgical celebrations of the Mass/Divine Liturgy.
Celebrating the Eucharist during the Mass is the ultimate thanksgiving meal. Richaél Lucero unpacks the importance of the meal liturgy in Judaism and how it has impacted the Christian sacrament of the Eucharist.
“Full, active, and conscious participation” is key to getting the most out of the Mass. Richaél Lucero shares 3 skills that will guarantee you will continually benefit from your time with Christ in the liturgy.
Understanding the Mass as the “summit and font of the Church” provides us with an endless wellspring that we can draw from in our spiritual life. Listen as Richaél Lucero unpacks this crucial truth of Catholicism.
Richaél Lucero explores how our Jewish heritage enriches Catholic *mercy* and can make your Mass experience even better!