The way Jesus radically loves doesn’t make sense if you use the criteria of this world.
I’d like to share with you a workshop I presented last month at Ministry Days, a conference in the Diocese of Sacramento. The focus is on God’s incomprehensible and infinite […]
A meditation on the Incarnation, using Google Maps.
This Year of Mercy it’s worth being merciful to ourselves.
Public transit becomes a reminder to pay attention and cultivate an awareness of rest and being.
When we look at the face of the poor, we’re reminded of our own power and privilege. Yet it’s the poor who teach us about our powerlessness and how to live a life of mercy.
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’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?
Jesus entered this world in poverty. Imagine the mercy of God breaking into the grittiness of 21st century poverty.