The shepherds of the Gospel worked tirelessly with little recognition. Have you ever felt the same? As we begin this New Year, Alex Hale, SJ, invites us to experience the joy of the shepherds, the joy of encountering Jesus.
Posts in One-Minute Homily
The angels and shepherds spread the joy of the birth of Jesus. Now, we must do the same. Merry Christmas!
God’s plans can surprise us and even seem inconsistent at times. Brendan Gottschall, SJ, reflects on the joy that can come with God’s unexpected plans.
At Christmas, we will celebrate the beauty of the Incarnation, when God became one of us. Emmanuel Arenas, SJ, reminds us that we can experience a similar joy in the Eucharist.
We can all get stuck in routines, even in our spiritual lives. Advent is a time when God shakes things up so that we can see things anew. Dan Finucane, SJ, reflects on how God shakes up our lives.
Advent is here! This is a season of waiting but sometimes waiting feels like a waste of time. Deacon Tim Breen, SJ, reflects on how we can grow as we wait.
Jesus Christ is King of the Universe, which means…everything! Brendan Gottschall, SJ, reflects on today’s Solemnity and what it means to call Jesus the King of the Universe.
When we are in the car, we have to keep our eyes on the road. When it comes to our faith, we have to keep our eyes on Jesus. Emanuel Arenas, SJ, reflects on keeping focused and avoiding distractions in this week’s One-Minute Homily.
Jesus tells us that God is the God of the living. This is the source of our hope. Dan Finucane, SJ, reflects on how this hope can bring us new life.
Sometimes we are like Zacchaeus and sometimes we are like the crowd. Are there times when we have blocked people from seeing Jesus? Emmanuel Arenas, SJ, reflects on the story of Zacchaeus and having confidence in Jesus.