Taken together, today’s readings share a message of hope. This message is at once profound -touching on the mystery of the Most Holy Trinity – and...
The first half of the book of Daniel details the ways in which Judahites live under the Chaldean hegemony while still being faithful to their...
Today’s Gospel situates us amidst a dispute in the Temple of Jerusalem. Jesus reveals who He is while the Pharisees snicker and sneer, accusing Him...
In today's Gospel (John 8: 51-59) Jesus is asking a favor of us. A favor that he knows is a difficult one to ask, yet a very important one. “Amen,...
Today’s readings make me think of innocence, but the word itself has multiple meanings and layers just like the two stories for today. Of course,...
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