We can’t speak of “Christmas and Easter people” anymore. Easter people are a special breed.
God will stop at nothing to open us up to the possibility of Resurrection.
Christ sheds light into the darkest places of our lives. The results aren’t always comfortable; indeed, they can be blinding. … Continue reading
What happens when you don’t have time to write both a sermon and a Christmas letter? You end up writing one as the other…
Laura Brewer, from Saint John’s Sermon Group, reflects on the message of God’s abundance and our dependence through the lens of summer weeks spent in Mongolia.
A homily offered at the Church of the Holy Spirit, Lake Forest, Illinois. To listen to this audio, click below: … Continue reading
Edward Dunar reflects on the critical importance of our companions in faith in our own development as disciples.
From the earliest days of his earthly life, Jesus understood—and experienced—the fragility of our lives. … Continue reading
Not all saints are stars. And in this celebrity-crazed moment of ours, it turns out not all stars are saints. But all saints have one thing in common: trouble.
Jesus is saying that this very kind of thinking—this basic skill that has been so much part of our progress —is the problem. … Continue reading