Imitate God? How do we even begin? Well, we can receive the one we imitate, says Fr. Michael Rossmann, SJ in this week’s One-Minute Homily.
Online, the competition for people’s attention is ruthless. The Church better step up its game, says Fr. Michael Rossmann, SJ in the latest installment of “The Digital Church.”
Of course we need to feed the hungry, but compassionate people also study their faith and share it with others, says Fr. Michael Rossmann, SJ in this week’s “One-Minute Homily.”
People need the Good News. We have the tools to share. But we’re stopping ourselves, says Fr. Michael Rossmann, SJ in the third video of “The Digital Church” series.
Pope Francis calls us to the frontiers – including the digital ones. This is the second video in a five-part series entitled "The Digital Church" by Fr. Michael Rossmann, SJ.
There’s a whole bunch of crazy online. It’s easy to criticize, but what we really need is a contribution, says Fr. Michael Rossmann, SJ in the first video in a series called “The Digital Church.”
We are not in control. Thank God! Fr. Michael Rossmann, SJ notes how our God is full of amazing surprises in this week’s One-Minute Homily.
As we celebrate Corpus Christi, let us be what we receive. Fr. Michael Rossmann, SJ notes how the Eucharist is both a gift and a call.
We may have a burning desire to do good, but our own concerns can extinguish the flame. In this One-Minute Homily for Pentecost, Fr. Michael Rossmann, SJ reminds us that the Holy Spirit has to take the lead. We’re invited to go along for the ride.