Don’t compare and despair! Fr. Eric Sundrup, SJ, reflects on the story of the poor widow and what it can teach us about our own offerings.
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Eric is a native of Cincinnati, OH and graduate of Xavier University. He enjoys running, terrariums, reptiles & amphibians, and creating new projects that take up all of his free time. He was ordained a priest in 2014.
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Difficult Teachings and the Faith of a Child | One-Minute Homily
Jesus gives some challenging teachings in today’s gospel and also challenges us on how to listen. Fr. Eric Sundrup, SJ, reflects on what it means to receive the Kingdom like a child.
The Good News: A Secret Worth Telling | One-Minute Homily
When Jesus heals a deaf man in today’s gospel, he orders everyone not to tell anyone. What’s the big secret? Fr. Eric Sundrup, SJ, reflects on the Good News of God’s love and mercy, something we just can’t keep to ourselves.
The Things That Come From Within | One-Minute Homily
Jesus says it is what comes out from within that can defile. Eric Sundrup, SJ, reflects on our own need to take a look within our own hearts in this week’s One-Minute Homily.
The Bread of Life: An Invitation to Relationship | One-Minute Homily
Jesus offers of his very self when he says, “I am the bread of life.” What Jesus offers us is a relationship.
The Pain of Change | One-Minute Homily
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.
Corpus Christi: God Enters Our Mess | One-Minute Homily
We are a mess, but today we remember that God entered into our mess. Today is the Feast of Corpus Christi, the Body and Blood of Christ. Fr. Eric Sundrup, SJ, reflects on what it means for God to become flesh and blood and offer us God’s very self.
It’s OK to Be a Mess
“There is nothing more touching to me than a family picture where everyone is trying to look his or her best, but you can see what a mess they all really are.” -Anne Lamott
Ite Inflammate Omnia: Fuel for the Fire
Announcing TJP’s first-ever print edition, being launched at the Ignatian Family Teach-In for Justice.