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.
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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.
In this reflection for the First Sunday of Advent, 2021, Fr. Erik Arnold points us to Mary, the Mother of Jesus, as an example of how to be awake to God and be ready for this season of Advent.
In this reflection for the The Solemnity of Our Lord Jesus Christ, King of the Universe, Kristen Fisher shows that the kingdom of Jesus looks very different than any other kingdom because it’s everywhere, it’s for everyone, and it’s built on love.
In this reflection for the Thirty-Third Sunday in Ordinary Time, Kristen Fisher encourages us to remember that even in times of distress and tribulation, we are never alone in our suffering, and that we can trust in God’s goodness and in his power.
In this reflection for the Thirty-Second Sunday in Ordinary Time, Catherine and Patrick Sullivan remind us that what matters most is that we go “all in” with God, trusting that he will take whatever we can give him and use them to do heroic things.
In this reflection for the Thirtieth Sunday in Ordinary Time, Fr. Erik Arnold reminds us to go to Jesus, no matter what the crowd may be saying to us.
In this reflection for the Twenty-Ninth Sunday in Ordinary Time, Kristen Fisher reminds us that it cost Jesus everything to save us, and he thought we were worth the cost.