Today's readings remind us that God does not create death, but works to defeat death through the Resurrection. https://youtu.be/UgKLPDawCnw “The glory of God is the living human being.” - St. Irenaeus of Lyon. Hi, I’m Doug Jones, and this is my One Minute Reflection. ...
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Does prayer ever seem dry or just not meet expectations? Br. Sullivan McCormick, SJ, reflects on the calming of the storm at sea and how Jesus defies expectations.
The Kingdom of God is about patience.
We are a mess, but today we remember that God entered into our mess. Today is the Feast of Corpus Christi, the Body and Blood of Christ. Fr. Eric Sundrup, SJ, reflects on what it means for God to become flesh and blood and offer us God’s very self.
On this Trinity Sunday, Hunter D’Armond, SJ, reflects on how we show our faith through our bodies, including the Sign of the Cross.
It’s Pentecost Sunday! As we reflect on the gift of the Holy Spirit, Josef Rodriguez, SJ, reminds us that the Holy Spirit brings peace and forgiveness.
Jesus commanded us to love one another, but do we really know how to do that?
Change – even good change – is often difficult and unsettling.
Jesus is the Good Shepherd that lays down his life for his sheep. Josef Rodriguez, SJ, reflects on the love of our shepherd and the love that we must show others.
Jesus’ resurrection lets us know that pain and suffering never have the final word. Hunter D’Armond, SJ, reflects on Jesus’ appearance to the disciples in this week’s One-Minute Homily.