We need to recover another forgotten truth about Mary the Mother of Jesus… her relationship to young people.
Month: November 2020
Living in three different worlds at once involves connecting three different mind-sets.
We often rush across the streets of our lives without looking. It’s time to remember what we were told as children when we learned to cross the street.
The tradition of ‘thanksgiving” is not new. It has deep roots in the Old Testament and especially the New Testament. The Last Supper was a celebration of thanks but it was also a call to giving.
St. Vincent instinctively realzed the role of lay persons in bringing about systemic change.
Identifying “followers of Christ the King” requires looking at who understand Christ’s Kingship and LIVES accordingly.
I suggest that all of the dreams made in our image and likeness pale in comparison to God’s dream for us to become the love that God is.
The “McCarrick Report” is gut-wrenching. How make sense of it? What can we learn?
Love your neighbor as yourself, Jesus tells us. Here is a challenge: Start with the neighbor you love the least.
In his annual reflection for the World Day of the Poor Pope Francis urges “Stretch forth your hand to the poor” (Sir 7:32). Today these words remain as timely as ever.
A little civility in life and in human interactions would go a long way, even if it is only a first step. The time has come for everyone to take that step for a change.
An ancient Indian tradition offers a perspective when facing many different options. I have also been thinking about how it applies to the blind men in my mind.
In these polarized times, many people ask themselves why others see things so differently. It depends on the lens you use to see the world. Let’s explore these biases.
Both Pope Francis and our Superior General have shared their thoughts on vocations. What they have to say is very valuable and on target in a number of ways. I will highlight what struck a very personal note for me. You will see just how personal in a personal...