The first time I read the Canticle of Zechariah I remember feeling a little bit stunned. I’d learned in my elementary school religion class that...
Today’s gospel describes the birth and circumcision of John the Baptist. What strikes me today in this familiar story is the transformation that...
Last year, every day as I walked across campus to Mass, I passed a man on his bicycle. More accurately, the man passed me, several times, as he...
Today, on the fourth Monday of Advent, Luke's Gospel gives us the beautiful story of the Visitation. Mary travels "in haste" to see her cousin...
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