Easter – April 21, 2019 St. Margaret Mary – Wichita, KS Χριστός ανέστη Christus resurrexit! Christ is risen! ¡Cristo ha resucitado! Chúa Ki-tô đã sống lại! The…… Read more “The resurrection doesn’t matter unless you need the resurrection to matter”
In celebrating the Baptism of Jesus, we celebrate his entrance into the depths of the human condition. God does not make a list of things we have to do before he’ll consider saving us. He takes the initiative. He comes to us. Even in our pettiness, he approaches us.
Al celebrar el bautismo de Jesús, celebramos su entrada a las profundidades de la condición humana. Dios no hace una lista de cosas que tenemos que hacer antes de que él considere salvarnos; Él toma la iniciativa, viene a nosotros. Incluso en nuestra mezquindad, nos acercamos.
In the Epiphany of the Lord, God’s unexpected and inconceivable ways of operating are revealed to all.
In giving us his Son, in giving us his Mother, the Lord has looked upon us.
Al darnos a su Hijo, al darnos a su Madre, el Señor nos ha mirado.
Christmas: In one moment, “the people who walked in darkness have seen a great light,” they have seen His face.
Our King is not coercive; he is a beggar.
Nuestro Rey no es coercitivo; el es un mendigo
“The only great tragedy in life, is not to become a saint.”