When Jesus tells his disciples to feed the 5000, it must have seemed like an impossible task. Martin Ngo, SJ, reflects on this command and the example that Jesus gives us to act with compassion.
St. Paul says, “we do not know how to pray as we ought.” So how are we supposed to pray? Jason Quino McCreery, SJ, reflects on how to pray in this week’s One-Minute Homily.
Will God’s word find fertile soil in our hearts?
Alright, who wants to get yoked with Jesus?
When all our love is in and through Christ, then our love is amplified beyond our own capabilities.
Do you know how many hairs are on your head? God knows that and much more.
When Jesus ascended into heaven and left his disciples, he did not leave them alone. Eric Immel, SJ, reminds us that Christ remains with us too in this One-Minute Homily. Based on the readings for the Ascension of the Lord. It’s a famous scene in movies – someone rides away in a car or on […]
It can be hard to feel the joy of Easter during this pandemic, but Jesus meets us in our anxiety and his words have “the ring of truth” in our ears.
Jesus tells his disciples that he is sending an Advocate to be with us always. Jeff Ryan Miraflor, SJ, reflects on this message of hope in this week’s One-Minute Homily. Based on the readings for Sunday, May 17. Christ is Risen! It’s still Easter! Hi, I’m Jeff Ryan Miraflor and this is my One Minute […]