Bishop Luis Rafael Zarama delivers the homily at the Ordination to the Transitional Diaconate. Two third-year seminarians, Noe Ramirez and David Miller, were ordained as transitional deacons, an important step toward becoming ordained as priests, at this special Mass on April 7 at Holy Name of Jesus Cathedral.
Bishop Luis Rafael delivers the homily at the Deacon Convocation Mass on February 24th at Saint Michael The Archangel Parish in Cary. Every year, deacons and their wives gather as a community for Morning Prayer, Mass, fellowship, and lunch with the Bishop.
Bishop Luis Rafael Zarama gave the homily at a Mass celebrating Catholic Schools Week at Cardinal Gibbons High School in Raleigh. This was one of many school visits Bishop Zarama made last week to talk to both students and faculty and to share his appreciation.
On January 13th on the grounds of Holy Name of Jesus Cathedral, Bishop Luis Rafael Zarama spoke to the hundreds gathered for the annual Love My Life Rally.
This annual event is an opportunity for Catholic teens to come together to celebrate life, to connect with others from across the Diocese, and to learn more about living and promoting the pro-life culture.
On January 13th at Holy Name of Jesus Cathedral, Bishop Luis Rafael Zarama gave the homily at the annual Diocese of Raleigh Mass for Life. This Mass is intended to gather the faithful of the diocese together to celebrate and promote a pro-life culture. Then those in attendance are sent out to participate in the local Raleigh March for Life in downtown Raleigh.
La Navidad es un tiempo hermoso para descubrir porqué Dios envió a su hijo. Dios busca acercarse a su pueblo, para hablarnos de una manera que le podamos entender.
Jesús comenzó su vida siendo un bebé y después adolescente hasta convertirse en un hombre. Él viene a nosotros a través de la naturaleza humana, sin pecado, para experimentar la vida.
Eso es Navidad, dar gracias a Dios por enviar a su hijo, para que, por medio de él, sepamos que Dios nos comprende.
Celebremos este regalo y la...
"Christmas is a beautiful time to discover why God sent his son to us. God wanted to approach his people. To speak to us in a way we would understand.
Jesus began life as a baby and grew from a boy to a man. He comes to us in human nature, without sin, but to experience life.
That is Christmas, giving thanks to God for sending his son, so we may know that, through him, God understands us.
Let us celebrate this gift and celebrate the joy of life. May God bless you and Merry...