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Lent begins, and so does our battle with supernatural forces by the side of the one who faced it all before ...
Mark tells us, “The leprosy left him immediately.” But then the story of the cure of the leper takes a dark turn ...
Your family is a top priority for the Lord Jesus, says the Gospel. But so are other families ...
The demons know what he wants and doesn't want, and act accordingly. Do we?
The priest will say what John did, and we will get up and walk toward him, just like the first Apostles did.
We are all on a journey to Christ through the darkness, and the magi are our models.
Scripture could not be more clear: Life is about waiting well and sin is a failure to be patient.
Before we are surprised by the Baby Jesus, the Church reminds us that we are the ones who are tiny.
Like Mary, every one of us carries within us the promise of Christmas — the life of Jesus Christ.
If Jesus didn’t rise from the dead, Christmas is a sweet, harmless winter fable. If he did, Advent is a radical global wake-up call.
Lord, it seems so dark. We finally understand why the prophets pleaded with you. Now we do also: Please return to us!
The veil will be gone when Christ appears with all his angels and you appear with all your works of mercy.