Haven’t we been here before? God meets us where we are, not where we think we need to be.
My parenthood is already teaching me about the kind of love God has for us and the ways God keeps a patient and loving vigil for us.
The darkness of Winter Solstice reminds us that we’ll soon be met with reassuring light.
God’s love is poured out upon us abundantly, and the scriptures often symbolise this as food.
Rooted in practical reality, Pope Francis’ exhortation on love is one of the most beautiful gems on marriage ever written by the Church.
Why are we uncomfortable with vulnerability and gentleness when God’s encounter with us often happens in those moments of meekness and softness?
If we sow seeds of mercy, we will reap more mercy.
Dogs don’t judge you; they listen, be with you, and love without condition. We can learn a lot from them as we spend time with family this holiday season.
Alexander imagines that in Jesus’ busyness around the holidays he would manage to slow down and spend time with someone in need.