On this first Sunday of Lent, Fr. Ambrose offers a beautiful reflection on the self-sacrificial love of God and our call to imitate it. He reminds us: "God can do incredible works of generosity and mercy through us."
On Ash Wednesday, Fr. Ambrose reflects on our exterior actions and the inward motions that order them towards true repentance. He says: "This is the goal and the ultimate reality of repentance...to live with such an incredible, burning holiness that everyone who looks at us sees not just us but Christ."
On this first day of Lent, Fr. Joe talks about the importance of prayer, fasting, and almsgiving.
In today's gospel account Jesus was "moved by pity." Fr. Joe offers a beautiful reflection on our call to imitate Christ in being moved to compassionate action by the suffering of others.
Pain is unavoidable. Suffering is inevitable in this life. Fr. Ambrose reflects on how we might suffer well.
There are many different ways in which our hearts can be broken. Fr. Joe reflects on sadness, grief, and sin, and reminds us to live in hope: "Praise the Lord, no matter what's going on. Give him thanks, no matter what. Because He heals the broken-hearted."
Reflecting on prayer and the spirituality, Fr. Ambrose explores the natures of marriage and consecrated life.
Is the devil real or a just a myth? Examining the Church's teaching on this question, Deacon Bob reflects on sin, temptation, and the importance of prayer.
Reflecting on St. Paul's words on anxiety, Fr. Alex Harb talks about the struggles we all face with anxiety and worry.
We're immersed in a culture that encourages attachments to things. Offering a beautiful alternative, Fr. Ambrose expounds on the virtue of detachment.