I am now going to open your graves; I mean to raise you from your graves, my people … and you will live.
We have filled the space left by the lack of availability of the sacraments with live-streamed liturgies. But because we humans are physical creatures a virtual connection is always inadequate
“All will be well”, clinging to the beauty of our humanity and allowing words of encouragement to rise up from our hearts.
The storm exposes our vulnerability and uncovers those false and superfluous certainties around which we have constructed our daily schedules, our projects, our habits, and priorities.
When we gain a free land we usually fall into captivity in other more insidious ways becoming prisoners to ideologies, to consumerism and capitalism and slaves to fashion, business and busy-ness.
Our adult life of faith, actively seeking maturity in following Christ, demands as a first step the reawakening of a desire to be fully and authentically human.
God constantly breaks into our personal histories, challenging our “conventions”, those fixed ways of thinking and acting that end up paralyzing us.
The encouragement that usually accompanies the imposition of Ash Wednesday ashes is "Turn away from sin and be faithful to the Gospel." But when I was a child the...
The first Christians had to decide which day of the week would be the Christian day of worship. They might have chosen Thursday evening since the first Eucharist was...
It has been an inspiration and a privilege in recent weeks to spend time reflecting on the reality of the resurrection of Jesus with several different groups. For too...
Lectio Divina (20 Minutes) for Tuesday of Week Ten in Ordinary Time.
H easy it is for humans to forget what is essential and to become preoccupied with what is less necessary and even trivial.
Knowing that we are held in God’s loving embrace in every moment we have no need to turn to superstition
The Sign of the Cross is not simply a tidy way of beginning and ending times of prayer, but a prayer in itself
Jesus did not make the disciples into uniformed robots capable of satisfying little more than the letter or religious law