We should continually remind ourselves that the sacrament we receive is the most profound presence of the Word of God the world can experience.
Human beings need mystery. We need to be aware of that which is mysterious in life.
The Life Principal of God, the Holy Spirit, transformed a group of confused followers of Jesus into the Body of Christ.
Today we gather to celebrate the Feast of the Ascension of our Lord into Heaven. This moment in the life of the Apostles was one of joy, promise, hope and also a little bit of sorrow.
We aren’t orphans. We aren’t alone in the world. We aren’t rejects from the society that matters.
God’s love for us is so deep, infinitely deep, that He gave us the way, the truth, and the life, His Son Jesus.
Whether we are mighty like the Bismarck or weak like a lamb, we rely on the Lord to protect us from the crises and traumas that we will inevitably have to face.
Who is your hero? One of mine had been Pope St. John Paul II.
For us to say to the Lord, "I love you and believe in you despite the times that I have been uncertain of you in my life," demonstrates a deeper faith than we had before our faith was challenged.