The Trinity is hard to comprehend and yet there is something about it that we all long for. Alex Hale, SJ, reflects on how the community of the Trinity speaks to our own desire to be unique members of a loving community.
Have you ever felt rejected by the world? Jesus does not reject you. Alex Hale, SJ, reflects on Jesus’ message to not let our hearts be troubled.
On Palm Sunday we celebrate the triumphant entry of Jesus into Jerusalem and we hear the narrative of the Passion. Alex Hale, SJ, reminds us that in the joyful celebration of Palm Sunday, we can’t forget the work that is left to be done, including in our own hearts
Do we recognize the moments when God is revealed to us? Alex Hale, SJ, encourages us to recognize the Transfigurations that take place in our own lives.
Today we begin the season of Lent, a time of penance. While it can be uncomfortable to think about our sins, Alex Hale, SJ, reminds us that this is also an opportunity to experience the great love and mercy of God.
You are the light of the world! How do we share that light with others? Alex Hale, SJ, reflects on ways that we can distract from the light and how we can make sure that it shines bright.
The shepherds of the Gospel worked tirelessly with little recognition. Have you ever felt the same? As we begin this New Year, Alex Hale, SJ, invites us to experience the joy of the shepherds, the joy of encountering Jesus.
Ever heard of New Urbanism? Alex Hale gives us his take on this rising political view. It might just be the solution for protecting the environment and family values.
Being overly concerned for our safety might be hindering us from experiencing God’s world. Alex Hale proposes that if we allow ourselves to be influenced by Jesus’ reckless love, we might just find ourselves more secure.