God's grace and generosity coupled with human initiative is a powerful force. As Fr. Tony says in this Sunday homily: "When we do what the Lord asks of us, the results are sometimes magnified by the grace of God to feed people we don't even know."
Reflecting on the miracle of the feeding of the 5,000, Fr. Ambrose ponders why we spend so much time and money on things that repeatedly fail to satisfy us.
On the 18th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Fr. Joe reflects on the miracle of the feeding of the 5,000.
Discerning truth can be difficult in a world full of so much [mis]information. This is why, as Fr. Tony reminds us, we must adopt the heart of Christ and employ his wisdom and charity.
True wisdom brings us closer to the living God. Fr. Ambrose reflects on this via the Sunday gospel.
Where do we find Christ in the people, places, and things of this world? Asking such necessary questions, Fr. Joe invites us to seriously reflect on what we value and what we treasure.
The "ridiculously generous" and extravagant grace and mercy of God is the subject of Fr. Tony's moving meditation on this Sunday's gospel.
What makes the Church different? is a loaded question. Fr. Ambrose reflects on the grace and movement of God as he contemplates the question.
On the 16th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Fr. Joe offers a beautiful reflection on God's justice and leniency.
On the 15th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Fr. Tony speaks about spiritual nutrients and reminds us that we must strive "to be the good soil."