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Notre Dame's fire prepared me for Easter with an exquisite image ...
This Sunday we find a God looking at us, whose only desire is to bless.
Executed in Paris in 1950, he's up for canonization. His story has a lesson for this Sunday's readings.
Jesus makes this appeal to us, not with a severity that is an end in itself but precisely because he is concerned for our good.
Words are wholly inadequate when the boundary between human and divine is so blurred.
The Father of Lies is never far off, but all God asks of us is to let ourselves be loved.
The Church calls this a "joyful season" because we're embarking on a time to renew our minds and hearts.
Here is the newness of the Gospel, which silently changes the world! Here is the heroism!
God doesn’t choose us because of our greatness or even because of our giftedness.
Love and truth are two names for the same reality, two names of God.