As 21st century Christians we look through the lens of history having already happened. We approach Advent in a way that already knows the next chapter of the story. There’s a deeper story that is ours, too.
Sometimes our life has moments that say, “To be continued…” But God does not let us dwell in uncertainty forever.
Jesus entered this world in poverty. Imagine the mercy of God breaking into the grittiness of 21st century poverty.
During a time when our imaginations are filled with the motherhood of Mary, let’s reflect on the motherhood of an older woman: Elizabeth.
God illumines a light into the world through the Annunication. Mary’s yes comes in a place of freedom, hope, and not clinging. Ignatius gives us several exercises for making decisions with this kind of freedom.
“We have been buried with Christ by baptism into death, so that, just as Christ was raised from the dead by the glory of the Father, so we too might […]
When light shines in on our discernment we find hope.
Holly finds wisdom in Martha’s sister Mary. Sometimes the most graced time is time that seems “unproductive”.
Praying with our senses