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.
Posts in One-Minute Homily
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.
When Jesus says “the laborers are few,” we might be tempted to think he’s talking about someone else. Dan Finucane, SJ, reminds us that we are all called to be laborers for the Kingdom of God.
Jesus’ teachings on discipleship seem tough, but Matthew Zurcher, SJ, reminds us that Jesus is looking for a relationship with us, and that requires commitment.
On this Solemnity of Corpus Christi (the Body and Blood of Jesus), Christopher Smith, SJ, reminds us of the great gift that we have in the Eucharist.
Today is Holy Trinity Sunday! The concept and theology of the Trinity can be quite complex. Fr. Danny Gustafson, SJ, makes it a little simpler in this week’s One-Minute Homily.
Come Holy Spirit! On Pentecost Sunday we celebrate the descent of the Holy Spirit. Tucker Redding, SJ, reflects on the Spirit’s ability to bring us together and compel us to action.
Peace be with you! We are all in search of peace, but it seems hard to find at times. Matthew Zurcher, SJ, reminds us that Christ offers us lasting peace, a peace beyond what we can find on our own.
How do you identify a Christian? While there might be many answers to that question, Christopher Smith, SJ, reflects on the one answer that Jesus gives in today’s gospel.
We typically desire to lead, not follow, but sometimes it can be freeing to let go of control. Danny Gustafson, SJ, reflects on the freedom that can be found in following the Good Shepherd.