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Homilies

Stopping for the Least

Stopping for the Least

By embracing a vulnerable child, Jesus tells us that we are expected to care for the least among us.

Homilies

Do What You Love

Do What You Love

Work can be good, even if it is difficult.

Homilies

The Power of the Eucharist

The Power of the Eucharist

The power of the Eucharist can shape our past, our present, and our future.

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Judging With Compassion

Judging With Compassion

Before Jesus decides whether he is going to help someone, he first has compassion on those who are in need.

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Waiting for the Call

Waiting for the Call

Sending is what God does to God’s daughters and sons. God makes us. God saves us. God sends us.

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Living Multiple Ascensions

Living Multiple Ascensions

There is more than one ascension. We are able to identify multiple, smaller ascensions in our lives.

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Jesus’ Commandment

Jesus’ Commandment

Loving others in general is a noble and beautiful ideal. But loving particular people can be a challenge.

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Holding Fast to One Another

Holding Fast to One Another

Jesus is asking us to forgive others and then to hold them fast. We are to do this communally, as a Church.

Video

Victory

Victory

“Victory” discusses the role of Jesus within the Christian tradition from the perspective of hope.

Bible Study

Why Is Jesus’ Resurrection Good News?

Why Is Jesus’ Resurrection Good News?

Christ’s resurrection is the Good News. Yet when Christians are asked why Christ’s resurrection is Good News, their response is often tentative and unclear.

Homilies

The Young Man at the Tomb

The Young Man at the Tomb

Mark positions two unnamed young men in his gospel to describe the transformation that Jesus’ resurrection brings about.

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Leaving the Darkness

Leaving the Darkness

Negative habits hurt us. But even though we know that light is for our good, we cling to the darkness.