Though they may have died, wherever the Eucharist is celebrated, the souls of our loved ones are present.
What will we leave behind to follow Jesus? Patrick Saint-Jean, SJ, reflects on the call of Jesus in today’s gospel.
Death is the end of a journey, but also the beginning of a new one. Like a river, life continues to flow, so I can either try to stay stagnant and fight against the stream of life or let myself be carried to a new tributary.
Nobody likes change. That’s often why people rejected the message of Jesus and the prophets. Fr Eric Sundrup, SJ reflects on the pain of change and the message of Jesus.
Today’s readings remind us that God does not create death, but works to defeat death through the Resurrection. “The glory of God is the living human being.” – St. Irenaeus of Lyon. Hi, I’m Doug Jones, and this is my One Minute Reflection. Our first reading today reminds us that God did not create death. […]