This quote from Mark Chapter 1 is from one of my favorite narratives in the Gospels. Jesus knows that we are unclean, that we are broken, that we are injured. He knows these things, and his heart […]
The knowledge that God provides perfectly and generously for us should bring us great peace when we are tempted to follow the world’s course of dwelling on the things we don’t have.
When Mary says “Let it be done to me according to thy word”, was she only talking about how she would conceive and give birth to Jesus, or might she have been saying much more?
The statement “I don’t like abortion but I’ll defend someone’s right to choose it” is fundamentally flawed. That’s not my opinion, it is an objective fact
It seems to have become stylish for Catholics to complain about the mass. But that behavior is always out of style if we intend to become saints.