The shift from Holy Week to Easter reminds us of our daily dying and rising.
The way we die has much to do with the way we choose to live.
The gorgeous fall colours of the leaves are a result of their dying. It’s a reminder of the beauty in the cycles of life and can remind us to take a look at our own time-limited life.
Life is far from understandable. So how can we find some solace when we find ourselves, once again, saying “I don’t understand!”? Saint Ignatius says we must not surrender just our wills to God but also our understanding.
On this Good Friday, we recall Jesus’ words, “My God, my God, why have you abandoned me?” from Psalm 22, which foretells Christ’s crucifixion. The Bible just has this one line, but chances are Jesus may have been reciting the entire psalm on the cross.
The other morning I got myself out of bed to go to a 9am weekday Mass at a local church just a few minutes from where I live. When I got there I noticed there was a cantor and organist present. Odd, I thought, for a daily Mass. As the […]