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.
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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.
Being a disciple of Jesus is not easy, but it is worth it. Are we willing to put in the work?
How can we pray with the Assumption of Mary?
When Jesus proclaims that he is the bread of life, many leave him. Can we believe in the bread of life? Patrick St. Jean reflects on our call to believe in this week’s 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.
In the story of the multiplication of loaves, Jesus takes a few loaves and fish and makes them more than enough to feed 5000 people. Doug Jones, SJ, reflects on how Jesus can take whatever we bring to him and make it more than enough.
How do we recognize the voice of the shepherd? Sullivan McCormick, SJ, reflects on discerning the different voices that we might hear in our head in this week’s One-Minute Homily.
What will we leave behind to follow Jesus? Patrick Saint-Jean, SJ, reflects on the call of Jesus in today’s gospel.
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.