By Michael Steltenkamp, S.J. A well-known passage in the New Testament reports an incident that took place after the resurrection of Jesus (Luke 24:13-36). The scene depicts two of his disciples walking on a road […]
“Home by Another Way”: The Feast of the Epiphany and the Call to Conversion
Today the Church celebrates the Feast of the Epiphany, most famously celebrated on January 6. This Sunday’s Gospel story recounts the journey of the magi. Encouraged by Herod, the magi continued to follow the strange […]
The Assumption: A Call to Walk with God
Growing up in a parish dedicated to St. Mary of the Assumption, with so many stained glass windows, statues, songs and prayers dedicated to events in the life of the mother of Jesus, I think […]
I Have Seen the Lord
By Lorraine Cuddeback Before I set out on my academic path to a Ph.D., I was training as a lay ecclesial minister in a M.Div. program. Part of this training meant I took three classes in […]
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