By the loving will of the Father, the Spirit breathes anew within us when we eat and drink the Body and Blood of the Son, and so each of us can live, show, and say what Jesus says: “Everything that the Father has is mine.”
A man, a husband, must subject himself to the Church’s teaching that a woman, his wife, “represents God from whom comes our help.”
Six months ago, our seniors painted the rock by the football field, “OXFORD STRONG. I wondered, would they paint it over? I wondered, how many coats?
I was getting ready to write about the demands of self-sacrificing love that Jesus, after he rose from the dead, pressed on Simon Peter in a confrontation by the Sea of Tiberias. (See John 21.) But then I got the news of the mass killing of school children at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas.Continue reading “Sad, Angry, and Afraid”
Whenever a person acts out of racism to hurt or kill a person of color, I wonder when my turn will come to suffer for the same reason.
Work is important. We all need to work. But don’t we all need to play, too?
The body, and not only the soul, is able to pray, express prayer, and feel prayer.
It is wise— it is necessary— to ground and center any attention we give to Mary on what the New Testament reveals about her.
Thursday, April 28, 2022 from 8:00 – 9:00 PM EDT we will host a poetry reading and chat with author and educator, Lilliana Meldrum. Join Zoom Meetinghttps://us05web.zoom.us/j/81887091751?pwd=b3pSVDN0SVdvT2xlYVdxWExkNmdEQT09
Love asks us to live in its image, after its likeness, in God’s own image.