Reflecting on how the original 12 Apostles each answered the call to follow Jesus, Fr. John encourages us to consider how God calls each of us. He says: "God gives us time to figure out who Jesus is, what Jesus is calling and asking us to do in our lives for building the kingdom of God."
Fr. Ambrose gives an important parish update and offers a beautiful reflection on how communities can pray through their struggles together.
Fr. Joe gives an important parish update. And he reflects on our need for healing, saying: "When we have trouble, we realize that prayer is right — we live in a valley of tears."
We are all connected through Baptism. On this feast of the Baptism of the Lord, Fr. Joe distinguishes between social and spiritual isolation, reflecting on how spiritual isolation [due to sin] can disrupt our true communion.
"What type of power do we use to include and exclude people in our lives?" This question is central to Fr. Tony's reflection on The Epiphany, as he reminds us that Christ came to save us all.
Reflecting on the feast of the Epiphany, Fr. Ambrose talks about how we can "find Christ in the smallness" and in prayer.
God exists outside of time. And yet, God chose Mary as the link, the bridge between time (as we understand it) and eternity. On this Solemnity of Mary, Mother of God, Fr. Tony reflects on the concept of time and our ability to transcend it by grace.
On this Feast of the Holy Family, Fr. Tony offers a beautiful reflection on how our true treasure lies at the heart of the love we share within our families.
On the Feast of the Holy Family, Fr. Ambrose emphasizes the importance of taking the time to pray together as a family.
We celebrate the Holy Family as "a model of faith and of family life, of how to grow into a decent human being." So says Fr. Joe on this blessed feast day.