Today is Holy Trinity Sunday! The concept and theology of the Trinity can be quite complex. Fr. Danny Gustafson, SJ, makes it a little simpler in this week’s One-Minute Homily.
We typically desire to lead, not follow, but sometimes it can be freeing to let go of control. Danny Gustafson, SJ, reflects on the freedom that can be found in following the Good Shepherd.
On Palm Sunday, Jesus triumphantly enters Jerusalem. By the end of the week, he will be betrayed and crucified. Fr. Danny Gustafson, SJ, reflects on the many contrasts of Holy Week and the beauty to be found.
When something big happens, we’re often tempted to jump into action, but what we really need to do is stop and listen. Danny Gustafson, SJ, reflects on this lesson of the Transfiguration.
It can be easy to look at Lent as a time of gloom or punishment, but it’s really a great opportunity. Fr. Danny Gustafson, SJ, reflects on the purpose of Lent in this special One-Minute Homily.
Jesus’ “Woe to you…” statements come right after the beatitudes in the Gospel of Luke. Fr. Danny Gustafson, SJ, helps us to better understand these statements in this week’s One-Minute Homily.
The Baptism of Jesus Christ was pretty spectacular. A dove descended from Heaven and the voice of God could be heard. Fr. Danny Gustafson, SJ, reflects on the ways that God is similarly present at every baptism.
A former Congressional intern who gave tours of the U.S. Capitol reflects on the experience of watching a mob take over the building on January 6th. Where do we go from here? What does reconciliation look like moving forward? We can learn from our experience of the Sacrament.
Seven of my Jesuit brothers and I were ordained as deacons on September 20th. I’m helping out at a great parish in South Boston and have been incredibly grateful to dive head first into ordained ministry. I love preaching, assisting at Mass, and chatting with parishioners. But the baptisms have been the highlight.