Scripture Readings Exodus 22:20-26 1 Thessalonians 1:5c-10 Mathew 22:34-40 30th Sunday in Ordinary Time At a graveside [...]
Had Jesus been walking the face of the earth on May 25, 2020, his response to George’s murder would have been first to steal away into a deserted place.
This summer has been a time of growing consciousness of the racial prejudices in our society and culture, in our very selves.
Whatever acts of kindness, acts of love and openness to hospitality that we practice become bridges connecting this world and the world that is to come.
At every single Mass, we renew our covenant with God in word by proclaiming the Word of God, recounting his fidelity to us and all the ways he has acted throughout our history to rescue us from our sin and draw us back into union with him.
I usually find myself behind other walkers, and that is how out of my boredom I’ve happened to notice how everyone has a bit of a twist to this evolutionary talent we call walking upright.