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“Have you anything here to eat?” (Lk 24:41) It seems an unlikely and indeed a curious question from the Risen Lord. The one who triumphed over every form of human torment and even death itself … more
Easter is a 50-day celebration of the brand new life that Jesus gives to those who know, love and believe in Him. It is an invitation to participate in and celebrate His mighty victory over Satan, … more
Paradoxically, the first moments at the empty tomb of the Risen Jesus were not joyful, but instead filled with fear and confusion, according to the Gospel of St. John. Mary Magdalene was stunned to … more
Everyone has a philosophy of life, so philosophers observe. It’s just a matter of one’s self-awareness of the philosophy. Hence there are realists, surrealists, existentialists, phenomenologists … more
Little Lucette was inexplicably drawn to the man on the cross. Inexplicably, because she had no idea who He was or why He was crucified. Her parents had banished from her life any knowledge of or … more
There is a dual dynamic that marks our relationship with God. On the one hand, our broken and bruised human nature finds it too easy to turn away from God, slide into ugly self-centeredness and … more
This Sunday, St. John offers his account of Jesus cleansing the temple. For many, the image of Jesus making a whip and chasing out the vendors and money changers is disturbing. Some might even … more
Footnotes usually are not exciting and easily are overlooked by the casual reader. But footnotes are essential to demonstrate the reliability of research, the integrity of a term paper, the honesty … more
It is one of the most basic commands in the Gospel: Repent. Metanoeite in Greek. It is the first command of Christ (cf. Mk 1:15) and likewise of His vicar (cf. Acts 2:38). So fundamental is this … more
It is one of the most basic commands in the Gospel: Repent. Metanoeite in Greek. It is the first command of Christ (cf. Mk 1:15) and likewise of His vicar (cf. Acts 2:38). So fundamental is this … more
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