LAST SUNDAY AFTER EPIPHANY (Year A)
When Jesus began to make his way up the mountain, Peter joins him, along with James and John, the sons of Zebedee. They stood with Jesus at the top and looked back over all that had happened, remembered being called become his followers. And now, as the stand at the top of the precipice, they look across the valleys ahead to Jerusalem. What will happen? Where was Jesus leading them?
Have you wondered where Jesus is leading you? Listen to him. … More “Listen to Him”
THE FEAST OF THE TRANSFIGURATION (Year A)
There is no place on earth that God’s love does not go. If we open our hearts to God’s Spirit and go looking for God, we will begin to see God’s presence all around us. Our transfiguration comes as our eyes are opened and our hearts changed. And the people who seemed so different from us before — the poor and the marginalized — we will see them as they really are: made in God’s image, just as we are; we will see how Jesus’ life was spent for them, just as it was for us. … More Transfigured for the World
THE LAST SUNDAY AFTER EPIPHANY (Year A)
We are invited to remember all that we have come to believe about Jesus. And we are invited to allow Jesus to transform those beliefs and reshape them. Our journey of faith and to faith is not yet over for there is more to Jesus and life with Jesus than we can imagine. … More More Than We Can Imagine