Join me for a series of free lectures on the connection of the Christian Gospels and Caravaggio. The four nights are themed: The Call, The Witness, The Passion, and The Glory.
God is always with us, even when the pain we must endure is of our own making.
The fact that God is searching for the one who is lost does not mean that God has forgotten those who are faithful.
This is a new video on the Holy Spirit. God’s Spirit moves in us and through us–as close to us as the air we take in and breathe out.
Every time we pray, we remember who we are and we grow more sensitive to God’s grace.
Words and ideas can only bring us so far. It is only when we ground ourselves in God’s personal love for us, that we can find peace.
“Victory” discusses the role of Jesus within the Christian tradition from the perspective of hope.
There are more women than men in today’s gospel, and that is unusual. The culture in which Jesus lived was dominated by men.
God is waiting, waiting for us to see. The time that God gives us is a sign of the trust that God has in us.
“Bridges” discusses the importance of repairing all that is broken in our world. Christians are called to cooperate with all people of good will to build a better society.
Why do people believe in a God who guides their lives? People believe because when they examine their own experience they find indications, hints if you will, that there is a power in this world other than chance.