From a human point of view, water is inseparable from life.
A Vincentian View: The Way of the Cross
Have you ever considered that the stations of the cross (usually) encircle us when we gather in our place of worship?
A Vincentian View: The Eucharist and Vatican II
Each year I select a theme that gives direction to one/some of the programs that I organize at St. John’s University.
A Vincentian View: Out of your Mind
Has anyone ever accused you of being “out of your mind?”
A Vincentian View: Ordinary Time
Our liturgical year has again arrived at its longest season. After the preparation of Advent draws us into the joyful celebration of Christmas, we move to “ordinary time” until Lent leads us into the Easter Season and Pentecost.
A Vincentian View: Look Inside and Outside
The flow of our celebrations in these weeks invite us to a place in the middle. Two feasts attract our attention and border out reflections.
A Vincentian View: A Message for the Baptist
Are you surprised when John sends some of his disciples to Jesus to ask him who he is?
A Vincentian View: A Vincentian Crèche
An invitation from the Notre Dame Center for Liturgy asked me to create a reflection for their digital Advent + Christmas crèche calendar for 2022
A Vincentian View: Thanks for Saving Us
In the Gospel of the day, we hear the crucified Christ ridiculed at the end of his life. Listen to the way in which each group mocks Jesus.
A Vincentian View: Precious in God’s Sight
The stories in Luke 15 (the lost sheep, coin and son) forcefully draw our attention to our importance in the eyes of God.