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Sunday Readings

What George Washington — and Jesus — teach us about service

Saying "we can" is a whole lot easier than doing what's really asked. Are we ready?

Downsizing our souls: What’s the “stuff” that keeps us from real life?

Note what kind of riches it is that God loves. Note what wealth he demands that we should store up for children.

Sunday’s readings show Jesus’ antidote to our culture’s illnesses

Our liturgy providentially invites us to reflect on marriage and family, as the bishops in Rome confront the issues facing youth and vocations.

When “us” vs “them” poisoned the Apostles the way it’s poisoning us

Jesus had to orient his followers just as he's trying to orient us today

If you want to follow Jesus, find the most unimportant person in your life

And when you've found him, receive him as Our Lord: The message we'll hear this Sunday.

Why we need to let Jesus astonish us, and then some

Christ performed miracles, not magic, and they pointed to even greater realities.

Where are rules leading us?

This Sunday, Jesus gets at the heart of what detailed traditions are supposed to be for.

Our Lord asks you this question, and is waiting for your answer

Jesus is not content with superficial and formal belonging. A first and enthusiastic adherence is not enough for him.

The questions about the Eucharist that really matter

Let us live in the certainty that the Lord will fulfill what he has promised us