Jesus keeps stretching us to recognize our connection to the least among us.
If we wish to be comforted, we must surrender to the Comforter.
The challenge of Advent is to ask how will God use the difficult events of 2020 to make something beautiful.
Our concern for those who are in need must extend beyond the circle of our immediate family and friends.
Whatever opportunity God entrusts to us, however limited, is a gift we are to use.
Even as we disagree with others, we can still extend to them the respect we all deserve.
The Communion of Saints tells us that all of us as God’s holy people are connected to one another.
No meaningful love of God is possible without love of neighbor.
The gospel calls us to accept the universal claim of God over all that is and the dignity of all God has made.
In times of difficulty, there are some things that we cannot change, but others that we can.
God loves everyone as much as God loves us.
When we recognize our own mortality, anger can slip away.