To believe, credere in Latin, is to trust. It is to give one’s heart to something. In the Eucharist on Sundays we profess our faith, saying “I believe.” We say this together to affirm that we are believers together.
At times my personal faith may be weak. The faith of others supports me. At other times it is my faith that provides the support for those around me.
Believing is a community project.
The Catechism of the Catholic Church affirms that “faith needs the community of believers” (CCC 1253).
Whether you stop by for a donut after Mass or coordinate a ministry, your presence is valued and important!
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