There has been so much talk about our identity in our society today, that it has caused many to be confused concerning the question: “Who am I?”

With COVID subsiding, I have had opportunities to visit more Immanuel Baptist shut-ins at home and in skilled nursing facilities. I have enjoyed these visits and wrote a poem addressing some of the end of life issues called “Final Burn”.

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America’s faithful are bracing — some with cautionary joy and others with looming dread — for the Supreme Court to potentially overturn the landmark 1973 Roe v. Wade decision and end the nationwide right to legal abortion.

Dozens of men strained and struggled as they hefted a huge cross adorned with colorful ribbons and trudged down a steep hill in a yearly ceremony of the Day of the Cross celebrated in the Mexico City neighborhood of Santa Cruz Xochitepec.

“So, the men turned from there and went toward Sodom, but Abraham remained standing before the Lord. Then Abraham approached him and said: ‘Will you indeed sweep away the righteous with the wicked? Suppose there are 50 righteous within the city. Will you then sweep away the place and not spa…

Between the new covenant wrought with blood on Good Friday and the hope forever established on Resurrection Sunday, there is a Silent Saturday. Silence when God is calling us to be still, to have our genuine faith refined and our love revealed.

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Nearly 500 Bell County residents assembled for a Way of the Cross procession on Good Friday in Temple — a 5-mile walk that began at Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church, proceeded to St. Mary Catholic Church and ended at St. Luke Catholic Church.

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BELTON — It did not come as a shock for Evrhett White that this week’s adverse weather conditions subsided in time for the University of Mary Hardin-Baylor’s 83rd annual Easter Pageant on Wednesday — a three-show event that drew more than 6,000 total spectators.