Deacon Steve Sarnecki shares that instead of focusing on all of the things we can and can’t do, and whether or not our friends and family are following the commandments, we should do the one simple thing that Jesus asks of us: love God and love our neighbor.
All of creation can show us something about God, but every single human has His image stamped into them. Whether they know it or not, and whether they like it or not, every human is made in the image of God. Even mean people. Even angry people. Even people who don’t like us. They all belong to God. Nothing can change that. And because we are made in his image, he has stamped us with His best quality: the ability to love and be loved by others.
In this reflection, Kristen Fisher of Ablaze Family Ministries shows us how we are made in God’s image, and how every human belongs to Him in a very special way.
It’s often easy to think about God’s great generosity and then forget that he also expects us to do our part. In this reflection Kristen Fisher shows us that taking God’s love deep into our hearts changes our behavior, helps us to take responsibility for our actions, and transforms us into new creations.
In this reflection Javier Plumey shows how the Lord uses the image of a vineyard to remind us that we have turned away from God, rejected the message of his messengers, even to the point of killing his own son, and that despite this God loves us and shows us the path back to him.
This family scripture reflection for the 26th week of Ordinary Time helps us to see how much God loves us and that he came down to Earth to show us his love that we may have eternal life.
This reflection is for the readings for the 24th Sunday in Ordinary Time, 2020. Greg Willits of RosaryArmy.com shares a personal and powerful story about the gift that is found in forgiveness, and how God calls us to seek and offer forgiveness, just as Christ forgives us.
This reflection is for the readings for the 23rd Sunday in Ordinary Time, 2020. Sr. Tracey Matthia Dugas of the Daughters of St. Paul uses the story of the Eagle that wasn’t a Chicken to show us that God calls us to love, even when the world tells us we shouldn’t.
This reflection is for the readings for the 22nd Sunday in OT, 2020. Kristen shows us in order to find our purpose in life we need to put aside our human way of thinking and start thinking like Jesus.