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If Lent’s not going well, don’t worry. We see the perfect description of the “journey” of Lent every Friday in the Stations of Cross.
The Apostles would have known exactly what the transfiguration meant. Do we?
This Sunday the Gospel is all about three different encounters with the devil: First, in the Garden of Eden; second, in the desert — and, third, the one you just entered into this Lent.
For me the Gospel about loving your enemies is theoretical. The Christian heroes in Congo will hear the readings in a totally different way.
Jesus says something very relevant to the discussion about how to welcome people into the Church in the Gospel for the Sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year A.
Jesus said what Carl Jung later noticed: The world is a battleground and we are our neighbors’ source of light.
2019 book "Dominion: How the Christian Revolution Remade the World" never mentions the Beatitudes, but traces their evidence everywhere.
After all of the hoopla and anticipation, after the big reveal of Jesus, what follows? Crickets.
Pope Benedict XVI considered the story of the Magi, the star, and the Baby Jesus the master story for faith in the 21st century.
We all have neighbors who are in the thrall of great evil. Do we bring this to Jesus urgently, insistently, refusing to take No for an answer?