Jesus invites us time and time again, “Follow me.” Follow him where? Down the path of destiny. Easy to come up with other things we find more enticing or important. But only this path leads to the freedom, rest, peace, and fulfillment we seek.
At the heart of the Mass and the Eucharist is an invitation. Our response is critical.
The question that should strike us: “What is man that you should be mindful of him? mortal man that you should care for him?” Honestly, why does God care about us at all?
Something happens, because a person is at work. He is if he changes, if he does something, if there is a real change.
With this celebration of the Ascension, we do not celebrate His absence but his entrance into the depths of reality, the truest experiences we have.
6th Sunday of Easter (C) – May 22, 2022 St. Paul – Lyons, KS Acts 15:1-2, 22-29; Psalm 67:2-3, 5, 6, 8; Revelation 21:10-14, 22-23; John 14:23-29…… Read more “An Infinite Horizon”
God is not into divine command theory. He’s into you flourishing as the person you were made to be. But that comes only through life with Him, and only by remaining with Him. How do we remain?
What are we to do when we run up against circumstances we never thought possible?
Peter had seen the risen Jesus, and even he fell into an apathy that threatened to rob him of the newness promised through Jesus’ resurrection. That remains for us even to this day. But thanks be to God that we have been given the gift of His continued presence.
We are in no worse position than the disciples. We can entrust our lives to him we have never seen, if only we can recognize how his presence remains even to this day.