The King doesn’t demand our subservience. With arms outstretched, He offers us an invitation. And He begs us to accept.
It’s not about the end of the world, but the end of the world-powers.
In living Stewardship, there is a subtle fear that can hold us back from being fully alive.
What does Fr. Michael worry about? What keeps him up at night?
Law instructs us in how we view reality. And in Kansas it is time to make a stand for such a fundamental and basic reality: all life is valuable.
There is a constant confusion about how we are called to exercise power. James and John give Jesus the opportunity to clarify this today.
The idea that we just need to “bet on God” and wait around to go to heaven when we die is very common. But maybe that’s not exactly what Jesus was talking about.
Isn’t discipleship just for priests and religious? No. In fact, marriage is a privileged place for participation in the mission Christ
The life of being a disciple isn’t a boring monochrome of conformity. It is a single path with a diversity of expressions and circumstances.
Obedience is a word that really rubs us the wrong way. But perhaps we’ve had a poor experience with it. Perhaps we don’t realize what power it holds.