This week’s episode of the Walk Humbly Podcast includes:

  •   Bishop Burbidge reflects on the tragic fire at the Cathedral of Notre Dame.
  •  Archbishop Wilton D. Gregory is the new archbishop of Washington. Hear Bishop Burbidge’s personal thoughts about what this means for the Archdiocese.
  •  “Christus Vivit” is Pope Francis’ exhortation for young people. Learn about what’s inside this document and why you should learn more.
  •  Until now, Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI has not spoken publicly about the latest revelations of the abuse crisis. Hear what he had to say recently and why it should matter to Catholics.

Bishop Burbidge also answers these questions from the faithful:

  •  When the Church speaks about immigrants, do they mean people who have legally entered the United States, or do they mean all people who have entered the United States – legally or illegally?
  • What is being done in the Diocese to encourage community and relationships between and among diocesan priests?

Wishing you a blessed Palm Sunday and Holy Week

“As we begin the holiest of weeks, we are invited to make sure our actions do not say, ‘Crucify Him,’ but rather, ‘Blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord… Hosanna in the Highest.'”


 

 

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