In this current age, we need to remember and celebrate not only our independence but also our interdependence.
We choose reasonable when Jesus asks for radical. We opt for dipping a toe in the spiritual waters when the Gospel calls for total immersion.
I can still picture the cheap, framed print of the Sacred Heart of Jesus hanging in my maternal grandmother’s bedroom.
The Trinity—the “eternal holy Trinity and undivided Unity”—looms large among our mysteries of faith.
Suffice it to say there are a lot of people saying a lot of things, and it can be difficult to discern what is trustworthy, beautiful, or good.
God does not erase or devalue the pain we experience; instead, God brings joy into our lives through a transformation of the pain.
Chaos in war-torn countries. A worldwide pandemic. Racial tension. Refugees huddled in overcrowded camps. Mass shootings. Civil unrest. Tropical storms. Wildfires. Floods. Droughts. Add to that list the crises and…
Jesus says: love others as I have loved you. He loves us all, including the man who betrayed him, Judas. How do we follow his example?
St. Paul’s plans for the day collapsed when Christ shouted in his ear. After that his life took a different course.
The way we live testifies to the truth—the truth that God’s love is boundless and merciful.