We know to go to a doctor when our body is injured. We need to turn to God when we’ve injured our souls. Emmanuel Arenas, SJ, reflects on the healing power of God’s love and grace.
Posts in One-Minute Homily
Jesus does not hide the cost of discipleship. It will not always be easy, but it will be worth it. Dan Finucane, SJ, reflects on the cost and rewards of following Jesus.
Be humble, sit down. The words of Kendrick Lamar serve as a great summary of Jesus’ parable in today’s Gospel. Tim Breen, SJ, reflects on the importance of seeing the bigger picture and focusing less on ourselves.
How many will be saved? While some focus on questions about who goes to Heaven or Hell, Jesus reminds us to focus on our relationship with God. Brendan Gottshall, SJ, reflects in this week’s One-Minute Homily.
Any sport requires practice and discipline in order to get better. Prayer is the same way! Emmanuel Arenas, SJ, gives us some encouragement for developing our prayer lives in this week’s One-Minute Homily.
Jesus says that he will come at an unexpected time, like a thief in the night. Dan Finucane, SJ, reflects on how Jesus disrupts our expectations in order to reshape our priorities.
Jesus reminds us that we are not meant to make our lives about collecting possessions and treasure. Dan Finucane, SJ, reflects on what it means to be rich by giving all that we have to others.
When Jesus teaches his disciples (and us) how to pray, he tells them to be persistent in prayer. Deacon Tim Breen, SJ, reflects on the transformative power of persistent prayer and our relationship with God.
How do we respond when people just “pop in” and interrupt our lives? Brendan Gottschall, SJ, reflects on the hospitality of Abraham and how we might respond to every person as we would to God.
God is made visible to us in Jesus Christ. Emmanuel Arenas, SJ, reminds us that through the love of God, we continually have the opportunity to encounter Jesus in the Eucharist.