We read in today’s Gospel that Joseph was a “righteous man”; however, have we stopped to ponder what this means and more importantly, what this means in light of his relationship to the birth of Jesus? To begin, righteousness, also called justice, is one of the cardinal virtues. Read More
Something is going to give, somehow, someway, things will be set straight, and the world will be made new, Scripture is abundantly clear on this note. However, a look throughout the history of mankind makes one wonder how this will ever happen. We witness man continually creating chaos, heartache, and pain. Read More
“Son of David” he cried out! The messianic title, Son of David, is connected with Jesus in Matthew and Mark when revealing Jesus’ healing powers. Yes, Jesus, our ultimate healer has the power to free us of our ills – providing we have faith in him. And while I am tempted to take today’s reflection in this direction, leading us down a path where our faith in Jesus is illuminated so that we can experience the healing God has for us, my heart is stuck on Jesus’ words “See that no one knows about this.”. Read More
How beautiful is mankind when we follow our God! And how ugly are we when we turn away… In both of today’s readings we read of those who love and honor God and in doing so they experience his love and abundance. In our first reading God’s children are joyously rebuilding the temple, in today’s Gospel God’s children are “hanging on his (Jesus’) words. Read More
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