Chris Williams, SJ, shares with us a poem for your prayers. In his poem he writes, “I will do anything to have your eyes / Lock in on mine, widen slightly, / And glisten in impulsive, destined wonder…” We invite you take a moment to read, pray, and reflect on his words.
A poem from Chris Williams, S.J. opens us up to understanding a little more deeply what it is to love God and to receive God’s love in return. Williams says, “I think a parent knows best / What it means to love someone purely, / Not for what they get from them.”
“And when you are before God, utterly defenseless, then you will see the love of God…”
A poem about the beauty that comes from being broken and the gift of others loving you into existence.
You know it — those moments that rip open life to reveal depths which transcend whatever you thought you knew, or could do, or could receive.
Whoever wishes to save their life will lose it, but whoever loses their life for my sake will find it.
In the midst of challenges for LGBT people in the Catholic Church, one gay couple reminds us of the undeniable grace present in their lives.
Let nothing but God quench your thirst.
Feeling defensive? Maybe it’s God knocking at the door!