Faith and gratitude are inseparable. Both require us to have humility, to realize that our concerns are secondary to God’s concerns.
My motivation shouldn’t be based on God’s judgment. It should be based on God’s love for me!
In this Extraordinary Jubilee Year of Mercy, let us focus on God’s mercy––a mercy which we do not deserve!
When I was first ordained, I was petrified to hear confessions. Wouldn’t it be ugly and embarrassing?
With new horrors unfolding in Syria and the canonization of Mother Teresa, today's readings seem especially relevant to our current events.
The themes in the Gospel of Luke are "abundantly clear," says Paulist Fr. Rich Andre in this week's homily. "Everyone has a place at the...
The key to salvation? Discipleship. To have a personal relationship with God.
Instead of focusing on how Mary may be different from the rest of us, we need to look for what we have in common with...
When we disagree with other people around us, how can we be sure that we are the ones being true to the gospel?
Jesus instructs us to simplify our lives and to trust in God. He uses the phrase, “gird your loins.” In today’s language it might be...
Our readings this week are on a theme older than Christianity itself: the danger of wealth.