Adam Novotny leads us in a reflection to look at our hearts and see how we might better imitate in our own lives the ways that God loves us.
Kristen Fisher challenges us to step up and get off the bench! We each have a unique and particular way that Jesus is calling us to participate in His mission.
In this reflection for the Second Sunday in Ordinary Time 2022, Kristen Fisher reminds us that we can go to Jesus with every care and concern, and that our Mother Mary trusts her son so much that she can take these things to him for us.
In this reflection for the Feast of the Baptism of the Lord, Javier Plumey takes a look at the incredible event of the Baptism of the Lord, and reminds us that just as the baptism of Jesus introduced to the world Jesus as the son of God, so too does our own baptism announce to the world, physical and spiritual, that we are children of the Father.
In this reflection for the Feast of the Epiphany of the Lord, 2022, Meg Hunter-Kilmer inspires us to imagine the scene at the manger and to gaze in awe at the Light which has been brought into the world.
In this reflection for the Feast of the Holy Family, Fr. Erik Arnold reminds us that the family is the place where we really learn how to love, and that the Holy Spirit can help us let the peace of Jesus control our hearts and to learn how to bear with one another.
In this reflection for the Nativity of the Lord, Christmas, 2021, Colin MacIver shows how each of the different set of Gospels for Christmas reveal a unique aspect of the mystery of Christmas for us to reflect on this year.
In this reflection for the Fourth Sunday of Advent, Kristen Fisher encourages us to see how blessed we are to be a part of the story that started thousands of years ago and continues to this day–the story of how God draws us ever closer to himself.
Kristen Fisher shows how the Gospel this week is all about Joy, which doesn’t come from having stuff, and that we can only get from the Lord as he comes to dwell in our midst, not just in the world in general, but in the very depths of each of us.
For the Second Sunday of Advent, 2021, Colin MacIver shows us how this week’s readings are both a message of hope, and a challenge for us to respond to the Holy Spirit in whatever community we have to make straight a path for his coming into our hearts this Christmas.