Jesus reminds us that we need to be vigilant and pay attention. Patrick Saint-Jean, SJ, reflects on the warning of Christ and challenges us to pay attention to Christ within our midst.
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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.
Jesus said that the greatest of the commandments is to love God with our entire being and to love our neighbors as ourselves. How do we do that?
Have you ever hesitated to bring your needs to God? Doug Jones, SJ, reflects on Bartimaeus and how he teaches us to boldly approach God with our needs.
Do we recognize the crucified Christ in our midst? How do we respond? Br. Sullivan McCormick, SJ, reflects on recognizing Christ in those suffering in our midst.
“What must I do to inherit eternal life?” Sometimes we might ask such questions hoping to check off the boxes, but Jesus reveals that the Kingdom of God is about more.
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.
When Jesus’ disciples try to stop others from doing ministry in his name, Jesus tells them “whoever is not against us is for us.” Doug Jones, SJ, reflects on this message and the challenge to foster unity instead of division.
Can Christians strive for greatness? Br. Sullivan McCormick, SJ, reflects on Jesus’ words about humility and what true greatness looks like.
When Jesus asks, “Who do you say that I am?” to his disciples, it is an invitation into a deeper relationship. Patrick Saint-Jean, SJ, reflects on who we are in relation to Jesus.