On Holy Thursday, Fr. Ambrose reflects on how Christ makes all things new.
On Palm Sunday (2021), Fr. John reflects on the Passion of Jesus.
Reflecting on the gospel reading for Palm Sunday, Fr Ambrose reminds us that "There truly is hope in the mercy which our Lord Jesus Christ offers to us."
"Even in the darkest time, if you have the eyes to see it, there is light." This is the central theme of Fr. Joe's moving meditation on Palm Sunday.
On this 5th Sunday of Lent, Fr. John encourages us to lower our defenses and let God "transform us into who He wants us to be: Christ for others."
On this 5th Sunday of Lent, Fr. Ambrose offers a moving reflection on grace and faith.
On this 4th Sunday of Lent, Fr. Ambrose reflects on our call to turn away from sin and embrace the Gospel. Understanding how sin affects us helps us appreciate the grace and power of Christ.
On this 3rd Sunday of Lent, Fr. Ambrose reflects on the aim of Lent. He says: "This is what we aim to do in all of Lent: to take that victory of Christ that he wants to win in us and let it get as deep and as thorough and as total throughout our soul as it can be."
Taken together, the readings for the second Sunday of Lent (God asking Abraham to sacrifice his own son; the transfiguration of Jesus) emphasize our need to trust in God. Fr. Ambrose reflects on this as he encourages us to keep our eyes on Christ.
On this second Sunday of Lent, Fr. Alex digs into the details and contexts of today's readings and finds beauty in the theme of dying to self.