If we pray 23½ hours a day, have we failed to live out St. Paul’s command to “pray always”?
Both Jews and Christians remember the past to inform our present and propel us into the future.
When we go to Mass, we are especially connected to that awesome fellowship!
Bartimaeus – who may remind us of today’s urban homeless – is a hero in the Gospel of Mark.
Mark’s narrative seems to indicate that James and John may not be as far off as we think.
If you haven’t had a one-on-one conversation with Jesus in a while, why haven’t you?
A home filled with love might not be the neatest, but company is always welcome!
If your cell phone causes you to sin, cut off your internet connection.
As Paulist founder Isaac Hecker said, “The one who has no cross is no follower of the crucified.”
In the political process, we can serve as agents of reconciliation.
My ministry, at this time of uncertainty, is to listen.