The following is a short reflection on the formator seminarian relationship derived from the reading of the departure scene of Elijah from the book of 2 Kings.
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Jesus says any time there is a hungry, thirsty or ostracized person, that person is Christ himself. And if we don’t share our food, our water, or our welcome, then we are rejecting the Incarnation of God in this world.
Suppose that you served on the committee that debated the choice of the week to honor St. Joseph. What day would you pick?
The quick answer is… find a pair of rose-colored glasses.
Jesus is the answer in full that the Father gives to our prayers. And we poor people ask him to give us this day our daily loaves of bread. Jesus draws many people due to the signs he has performed for the sick. But he seems to draw more people after going up on the...
Vincent’s inner experience of the divine… what was its texture, shape, and direction?
Well as you all know the pandemic has giving us what I call a “migrating experience.” Some of us have had to move from our workspaces to home spaces and create a job atmosphere.
“Slow seeing.” I had heard about “slow walking,” “slow eating,” “slow cooking,” etc. So probably I should not have been surprised.
A two-word phrase Paul inserts in his letter to the Corinthians is so brief as to go almost unnoticed, but it opens onto a truth at the heart of the Gospel.
Vincent grew beyond his original ministry zip code!
Jesus Christ is our peace and rest. He is with us to gather those whom the bad shepherds have scattered, misled and driven apart. The apostles gather together with Jesus. They tell him how they have fulfilled the task he gave them. The Teacher, for his part, sees...
JESUS SAYS, “GOD CHERISHES EACH OF YOU, PARTICULARLY THE POOREST AMONG YOU.”