The jar made of the stuff of this earth symbolizes the nitty gritty processes of everyday life — the how of getting things done, the down and dirty steps needed to distribute the treasure.
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As we gather around the table of the Lord’s Supper each Sunday to celebrate the giving of his Body and Blood for us, we would do well to reflect on what it is we’re sharing in.
Central to the Creed is belief in the Trinity, the conviction of a three-ness in the one Godhead, the Divine as Father, Son and Holy Spirit.
a kind of profession of faith by spontaneous gesture. You almost don’t even know you’re doing it, but it’s really there
Beatitudes for Vincentian leaders
Ascension and Pentecost give us many lessons. One of them is to teach us that there are farewells that can turn to blessings, types of good-byes we can give that keep on giving.
Barnabas was in close touch with the Spirit within and all around him.
Fr. Tom McKenna, CM offers these thoughts on Jesus as the “AS IF” person.
So we sense these two opposing streams: be humble; be in your very self a manifestation of God’s glory.
The Emmaus Imagination – A restructured imagination
Successive Annunciations – Fr. Tom McKenna reflects on the many annunciations in our lives and the invitations to say “Yes”.
There’s leaving home, recognizing my true home, returning to it, and unfortunately, not seeing it when it’s there in front of me.