Are there limits to God’s love? We might feel unworthy of the love of God at times, but Christian Verghese, SJ, reminds us that God’s love for us is greater than we can imagine.
Sometimes it’s difficult to see God present in our world, especially in the face of tragedy, but Jesus promises to be with us always. Christian Verghese, SJ, reflects on Jesus’ promise and God’s presence through community.
Jesus is the Good Shepherd, the one who guards us and calls us by name. Christian Verghese, SJ, reflects on this image of Jesus and the beauty of being able to bring all of our joys and concerns to the guardian of our souls.
Jesus appeared to the disciples behind locked doors and brought them peace. Christian Verghese, SJ, invites us to allow Jesus into the locked doors of our hearts.
Sometimes moments of darkness can help us to trust and follow Jesus into the light. Christian Verghese, SJ, reflects on the story of the man born blind.
Jesus tells us to “be perfect, as your heavenly Father is perfect.” Christian Verghese, SJ, reflects on how we live up to this calling.
Do we ever turn to God as a servant to a master or a child to a parent? God is looking for something more. Christian Verghese, SJ, reflects on building a friendship with God.
In the wake of the mass shooting at a grocery store in Buffalo, Christian saw firsthand how the Spirit came upon a community beset by grief.
Images of state violence against gang members in El Salvador troubled Christian. In Greg Boyle’s new book and in his experience at Homeboy Industries, he found a radically different approach.