Today we are invited to the wilderness in order to find our way home, to find our place in the world. There is no way around the wilderness. The wilderness is the place where Israel found and we will find our place with God. … More John the Baptist and a Displaced People
2nd SUNDAY AFTER EPIPHANY (Year A)
Jesus says to them, “Come and see!.” “Come and see,” captures a primary message of John’s Gospel: If you want to know the word made flesh, come and see Jesus. If you want to know what love is like, come and see Jesus. If you want to experience God’s glory, to be filled with bread that never perishes, to quench your thirst with living water, to be born again, to abide in love, to behold the light of the world, to experience the way, the truth, and the life, to enter into life everlasting . . . if you want to know God, come and see Jesus. … More “Come and see!”
3rd SUNDAY OF ADVENT (Year A)
What is that you are looking for? What we are all seeking is probably not much different than the world in which the blind receive sight and the dead are raised. What we are seeking in the world is where God’s presence is made manifest. … More What are you looking for?
THE FEAST OF THE NATIVITY (Christmas III)
We each carry the Christmas light, a particular piece of it for the world. The piece we carry is essential to make the whole light shine. We are, therefore, each essential light-bearers without which the Church would not be whole and would not bear the fullness of light in the world. … More In the beginning was the Word