LITURGICAL YEAR 2022
We persist in this Apostolate because the Catholic faith is beautiful, because it is true, and because it is good. We persist because the Church is Christ here-present, and, like a ship, protects and advances us toward Jesus Christ until He comes again. We persist because we have been charged with passing on our faith (see Deuteronomy 4:4-7; 11:19).
And, we persist because, to shamelessly co-opt a line from the movie, Chariots of Fire, ‘when we write, we feel His pleasure.’ Contact Us.
Presently, weekly copies of our three Faith Supplements are available for free downloading and printing.
Prayer of the Week
The members of the Catholic Navigator Apostolate are on vacation, though never on leave from prayer. We ask for your prayers and promise to keep you in ours.
21st Sunday in Ordinary Time– C
Please Note: “A Look Back” for July, August, and September is in progress.
To date we have published 1225 issues of our ‘faith supplements’ since the Catholic Navigator Apostolate published the inaugural issue in Advent 2013 . Our writers, editors, artist, graphic designer, and the diocesan Censor reviewing each issue for Imprimatur, have yet to pause in their efforts. Clearly, there’s a need for rest, rejuvenation, and reorganization. Thus, we’re taking a three month summer break from most labors but not from our online presence.
This summer we’re offering a look back to earlier C Liturgical Year issues that address July, August, and September 2022’s Sunday Liturgies. Interestingly, The Catholic Navigator and The Catholic Tugboat are taken from the 2016 Liturgical Year whose dates exactly match this year’s. The Catholic Clipper, joining our fleet in the 2017 A year, will be represented this summer by 2019 C year issues. Though dated somewhat differently, the Sunday readings are identical. This should remind all of us that the more things seem to change, the more they remain the same. Enjoy a look back to yesterdays in our changeless Faith.
We shall resume our regular publishing activities in October.
We post the sources to all articles in these Faith Supplements each Monday at noon to assist teachers and students in parochial schools and CCD programs. These sources not only support the facts of our articles, but offer more information to all.
Voices from Catholic Land
When we receive Holy Communion, we are truly receiving Jesus as we would a guest. In other words, we are ‘hosting’ Jesus. Fr. Charles Fox discusses what it means to host Jesus in the Eucharist:
For the Attention of Catholic Youth and Parents
Please refer to Voices from Catholic Land, above.
All are encouraged to peruse the source materials to add to the understanding gained in each issue. Happy reading!A Note to Parents about resources to assist in faith formation at home.
There is much information on the Internet to help you in teaching the Faith to your children. Some helpful suggestions in navigating the Web are available in this downloadable PDF file:
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