The liturgical season of ordinary time may be long, but it's deceptively full of the extraordinary.
On the show today:
- Mary McGlone, a sister of St. Joseph of Carondelet and a contributor to NCR’s column Scripture for Life and our sister publication, Celebration.
- In recent weeks, Sr. Mary McGlone has written about the missionary disciples for the feast of the Solemnity of the Most Holy Trinity and for Corpus Christi, about Christ asking us to be what we receive.
- Young Voices contributor Brian Harper wrote about the rhythms and routines of ordinary time.
- Read Mary's Sunday Scripture commentary every week in Scripture for Life.
Explore this NCR special report with recent articles on the topic of immigration and family separation.
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