Lent is a time to allow ourselves to be tempted, to allow us to see who we truly are, and to allow us to receive the Lord’s restoring life once again.
There is a temptation to focus my energy on broad scale social issues. But perhaps God’s method is much more particular and scandalous than that.
Probably one of the most unnatural things we are asked to do? Show mercy and forgive.
Nothing has been as life-changing in my life as the hours I have committed to Eucharistic Adoration.
A Eucharistic renewal calls for a renewed look at what we are doing at the Mass.
Ever feel like you have all the pieces, but something still seems to be missing? Been a Catholic your whole life but something is still off?
If we look closely, we can see all the many ways we do not entrust our lives to Jesus. And if we look a little more closely, how those ways have left us weary and unfulfilled. “Rest”: this is what God’s Anointed brings, what we find by entrusting our lives to Him.
Ordinary Time can seem like the “boring time,” waiting for the more exciting times of Lent, Easter, Advent or Christmas. But Ordinary Time is an incredibly important time for us to grow.
Jesus doesn’t come to be a “good guy,” but he does come to do something described as “good.”
What does the Holy Family have to do with my family?