Throughout the Gospel the faithful profess their faith in Jesus as the messiah. He asks us the same question he asked his friend Martha: Do you believe this?
Perhaps our need for the Saviour is no different than the need 2,000 years ago. It’s a messy world.
Can I vote for a Democrat? Can I vote for someone who is not consistently pro-life? Isn’t abortion the primary issue I must base my vote on? Let’s examine what the Church teaches and how to make an Ignatian discernment.
We’ve been hearing about calls for “law and order”, but this is based on fear. True peace and justice comes from interior transformation of heart.
Keep God in your thoughts at college, even if you are not sure you what you believe.
How can one find God in the tremendous grief and loneliness of pain and suffering? “Spirituality is always eventually about what you do with your pain,” says Richard Rohr.
Politics stirs up deep emotions within us, but can we really separate our spirituality from politics? The messiness of elections speaks a lot to the messiness of discernment.
How is Jesus’ story your story? Often the story we craft for ourselves is not truly sufficient for our life’s happiness.
If we’ve rejected God in life, does God give us another chance after death? Who’s in hell? Why do we picture heaven as a “reward”? Can God’s infinite mercy mean no one is in hell?