On the feast of the Ascension, Fr. Ambrose reflects on the importance of maintaining hope in Christ.
On the feast of the Ascension, Fr. Joe asks the crucial questions: Where is Jesus? Has he ascended in our hearts?
Still in the Easter season, Fr. Ambrose offers a beautiful reflection on the Christian witness as us cooperating with grace and acting with love because God first loved us.
Reflecting on Jesus' statement "I am the vine, you are the branches," Fr. Joe offers a helpful meditation on the art of pruning.
On the third Sunday of Easter, Fr. Ambrose argues that "prayer and union with Christ in prayer is more important than any of the individual acts of service that go on in the Church."
"There's so much more to reality than what meets the eye," says Fr. Joe, as he reflects on faith, the mystery of the Eucharist, and the apostles' experience with the risen Christ.
In a moving reflection on Divine Mercy Sunday, Fr. Joe says that the only way the world will change "is through the mercy of God received by us and then extended to others."
On Easter Sunday, Fr. Ambrose reflects on the eternal glory of life everlasting.
On Good Friday, Fr. Ambrose encourages us to spend time in silence as we contemplate the suffering, death, and sacrifice of Jesus.
On Good Friday, Fr. Joe considers how Christ was a different kind of victim.