Jesus tells us to “be perfect, as your heavenly Father is perfect.” Christian Verghese, SJ, reflects on how we live up to this calling.
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It’s true, we’re sinners, but we are sinners loved by God. Fr. Brian Strassburger, SJ, reflects on the importance of admitting our weakness and God’s mercy.
You are the light of the world! How do we share that light with others? Alex Hale, SJ, reflects on ways that we can distract from the light and how we can make sure that it shines bright.
Are there people that don’t want to hear us? Are there people that we don’t want to hear? Joe Nolla, SJ, reminds us that God chooses the unlikely messengers to preach the Good News. We are meant to both preach and listen.
What was Jesus looking for in his disciples? What does he look for in us? Fr. Brian Strassburger, SJ, reflects on the faith of the fishermen that Jesus called to be disciples.
Do we ever turn to God as a servant to a master or a child to a parent? God is looking for something more. Christian Verghese, SJ, reflects on building a friendship with God.
The visit of the Magi reminds us that Jesus came into the world for all people. Fr. Brian Strassburger, SJ, reflects on how we can live this out by showing love to all.
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.
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.