March 29, 2020
5th Sunday of Lent - Year A
Untie the knots
When our life seems a hopeless bundle of impossible knots, let us tie one more: the one knot that does not restrain, but liberates.
March 22, 2020
4th Sunday of Lent - Year A
The Light Within
We think that in the darkness we cannot see. But there are other lights which are visible only to those who have discovered the gift of blindness.
March 15, 2020
3rd Sunday of Lent - Year A
Fountain of Youth
All of us keep searching for something eternal. We might be amazed by how close it is to us.
March 8, 2020
2nd Sunday of Lent - Year A
We think we want to know the future. But do we really?
March 1, 2020
1st Sunday of Lent - Year A
We catch glimpses. But when are we able truly to see and grasp the fullness of reality?
February 16, 2020
6th Sunday in Ordinary Time - Year A
Freeing the birds
How many types of cages we see all around us! Who will open those cages, who will set the captives free?
February 9, 2020
5th Sunday in Ordinary Time - Year A
Soap of the World
We are told we can be the light of the world. Sometimes we can't seem to light up much of anything. Are we failures?
February 2, 2000
Sometimes it is in the silence that the most eloquent messages are given.
January 26, 2020
3rd Sunday in Ordinary Time - Year A
Live out loud
Our lives are lived on a certain level. But we are capable of, and called to so much more.
January 19, 2020
2nd Sunday in Ordinary Time - Year A
Cross the carpet
To begin to understand anything, we have to look. And if we look only from our own vantage point, we are missing so much. . . .
January 12, 2020
Baptism of the Lord - Year A
God is Not Hidden
We complain that God is hidden and silent. Is he really? And would we really want it any other way?
January 5, 2020
Magi of the Heavens
It was not only the Magi of long ago who looked to the heavens to discover their goal. What was it that they really found?
December 29, 2019
Holy Family - Year A
Unfinished Opera of Life
None of us lives merely as an individual. We are all part of a magnificent whole, something far bigger than ourselves.