Jesus reminds us of the wisdom of the little ones among us. One thing that kids know better than adults is how to ask for help. Eric Immel, SJ, reflects on our need to ask for help and hand our burdens over to Jesus.
Posts in One-Minute Homily
Jesus wants us to love him first and foremost. What about other people in our lives? William Manaker, SJ, reminds us that putting Jesus first helps us to love others better.
Relationships require love and commitment from both people. We can’t force others to love us, or else it’s not really love. Joe Nolla, SJ, reflects on the love of God, who doesn’t require but desires our love in return.
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.
The Eucharist is not a reward for the perfect, but is food meant to sustain us on our journey. Brian Strassburger, SJ, reflects on the Eucharist on the Solemnity of the Body and Blood of Christ.
The Trinity is hard to comprehend and yet there is something about it that we all long for. Alex Hale, SJ, reflects on how the community of the Trinity speaks to our own desire to be unique members of a loving community.
Faith is not just an individual endeavor, it involves a community. Joe Nolla, SJ, reflects on Pentecost, when we celebrate the gift of the Holy Spirit sent to enliven an entire community of believers.
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 promised to send an Advocate, the Holy Spirit. Have you ever thought about all the different images we have of the Holy Spirit? Fr. Brian Strassburger, SJ, reflects on these images and what they tell us about the gift of the Holy Spirit.
Have you ever felt rejected by the world? Jesus does not reject you. Alex Hale, SJ, reflects on Jesus’ message to not let our hearts be troubled.