Throughout the Gospels, Jesus Christ heals and cures people with various disabilities, illnesses and diseases, Washington Cardinal Wilton Gregory noted during his homily at the 13th annual White Mass on Oct. 30.
Celebrating the giftedness of every person living with disabilities, participants at this year’s archdiocesan White Mass proclaimed – in word and deed – that all people regardless of their differences are valued in the life of the Church and beloved
Maybe Elise Heil, the principal of Sacred Heart School in Washington, D.C., always was destined to be an educator. Her mom, Donna Heil, noted, “As a child, she’d line up her stuffed animals in the hallway and teach them. She was
The Mass – celebrated on the Feast of St. Matthew which is also the International Day of Peace as proclaimed by the United Nations – was not only offered to remember Stepanek, but also to inaugurate the new school year