“See, I make all things new,” God says. Goodness and beauty can even spring forth from the brokenness within a family.
One of the most obvious signs of God’s presence are those places we see life.
The Resurrection reveals God’s will for new life for all people.
Use your imagination to meet Jesus at a party. The conversation turns to resurrection. What do you say?
Feel like you failed at your Lenten observance? Easter can be a new beginning, an opportunity to truly live out the joy of the Resurrection!
The tremendous suffering in El Salvador reveals something of Christ’s suffering and death, but it is an unfinished story. We wait for the 15th Station of the Cross: The Resurrection.
The shift from Holy Week to Easter reminds us of our daily dying and rising.
This year marks the 200th anniversary of the restoration of the Jesuits. Their suppression and restoration fits well into Lent and Easter themes of darkness and hope.
This Lent, try finding the ascetical practices in your life that already happen every day.