With the disciples on the road to Emmaus, we are all struggling to make sense of the past few weeks since the murder of George Floyd.
Articles in Reflections
Gradually I became aware of the Body of Christ frozen in time in Michelangelo’s masterpiece, The Pieta.
There are indications that some Native American populations are facing a disproportionate brunt of the COVID-19 epidemic with higher infection and mortality rates than the overall U.S. population.
It is a time for us to receive the incarnated Word in the Word that is presented to us in the Scriptures.
The Parable of the Mouse Trap shows us our unknown connections
I thought I knew the meaning of the story of “doubting Thomas.” That is until I read ‘Like Thomas, I Don’t Always Believe’ by Ryan Henderson Espinoza.
One question leads to another! Last week I reflected on what is involved in choosing to go to a shelter in this time of Pandemic. Since then I found myself asking, not whether I would go to shelter, but what would happen if I got sick on the street or in an...
According to UNICEF, children may be the hidden victims of COVID-19 as health systems buckle, borders close, and schools and businesses shutter.
While not as central to faith as The Lord’s “doing this in remembrance of Me,” the recollecting we Vincentians do has its own way of bringing past graces into the now.
We can read the Acts of the Apostles as interesting history detached from our lives. Or we can read them as stories about real people – people like ourselves, people facing the same issues we do today.
Jesus Christ, the Son of the living God and the Son of Mary, has risen! We should remember him and also preach him as our Good News (2 Tim 2, 8). We Christians love Jesus Christ although we have not seen him. And even though we do not see him now yet we believe in him...
Are we prepared to hear God’s consoling word when it is simply saying “I am with you in the midst of this?