Meaning Of Our Faith

Fr. George In today’s Gospel, Jesus tells his fellow Israelites that truth brings freedom and that any kind of falsehood imprisons us.  Jesus invited them to true freedom by trusting in […]

Lifted Up!

Fr. Tom We read these two passages, the story of the serpent lifted up on a pole by Moses in the desert and Jesus’ odd reference to being lifted up, […]

God Is Our Judge

Fr. Steve Today’s gospel passage from the eighth chapter of John is very well known. Like many of the best stories in the Gospels it concerns a woman. We do […]

I Do Believe!

Fr. Kirk Today’s gospel reading, the raising of Lazarus, comes towards the end of Lent when we will soon celebrate the heart of our Christian faith, the Paschal Mystery: the […]

Blessed Are The Meek

Fr. Steve In today’s Gospel passage from John, the Pharisees, the religious leaders of their time, wrestle with who Jesus is. He threatens them, somehow. Something keeps them blind. Something […]

Detecting God’s Presence

Fr. George Today’s Gospel shows that Jesus’ teachings and healings led people to speculate among the leaders and the people of Jerusalem. The more Jesus teaches , the more his […]

We’re In This Together

Fr. Kirk The following is an edited version of a recent Daily Meditation from Fr. Richard Rohr, O.F.M. “It is shocking to think how much the world has changed in […]

Do Not Be Afraid

Fr. Tom Scripture:  But she was greatly troubled at what was said and pondered what sort of greeting this might be. Then the angel said to her, “Do not be […]

Reality of God’s Love For Us

Fr. Steve During Lent, the Church does not follow any single biblical book in the readings, but tailors each day to a theme which both the first reading and the […]

Light and Darkness

Fr. Steve Light and darkness are one of several deeply ancient dichotomies in our lives. Another is life and death. We are all now engulfed in what seems a very […]