- May 26, 2020
The Sermon on the Mount cannot be separated from the trenches of life, with all its mire and muck. It is meant for human experience and points us to the realities of life.
The Lord Jesus would have wanted his beloved mother to know that he was okay, that the mission had been completed and that he was no longer in pain.
We are invited to experience holy fellowship, to share in true relationships, to love and be loved, to trust in God, and to do the good that he asks of us.
We are invited to see the the interior complementarity of the Second Sunday of Advent and the Immaculate Conception.
A new Bible hopes to bridge the Catholic “scripture gap” by making the Word of God more accessible to the ordinary faithful.
If marriage is to survive hardship and difficulty, and if children are to be generously welcomed, then the foundation upon which they stand must be a shared faith and the dynamic workings of God’s grace.