To turn the other cheek is an invitation to look the other person in the eye, to give them the benefit of the doubt.
We are destined for the perfection of heaven, but we are imperfect people living on earth.
Can you remember another year when people spoke so little about the Super Bowl?
We are each called to be light in the darkness.
Saul was being prepared for his mission by God from before he “was knit in his mother’s womb” (Psalm 139).
To be Christian disciples, we must each have an ongoing, intimate, personal relationship with Jesus.
Where will YOU encounter God in 2017?
Mary is the Queen of Peace, but she wasn’t marching on Herod’s palace demanding equal rights for the underprivileged.
God may be all-powerful and all-knowing, but God is not remote. God is present among us!
The season of Advent assures us that the light can penetrate the darkness.
We are all called to holiness, including working stepfathers!
Can we be filled with the Holy Spirit like Elizabeth or Juan Diego, and recognize that Christ is present in everyone we encounter?