Conversion, Not Condemnation

Jesus’ encounter with the adulterous woman in John’s Gospel (Chapter 8) clearly demonstrates that he comes not to condemn, but rather to seek our conversion. Perhaps in these days of self-quarantine, we have a bit more time alone, time to reflect. Perhaps as the impact of this coronavirus pandemic begins Read more…

We Rely Upon The Lord

In today’s readings, The Book of Wisdom speaks of the Just One and the trouble he will endure. We know that Jesus is the Just One, and as Holy Week approaches, we begin to hear of the open designs of the Scribes and Pharisees to take his life. As Jesus Read more…

God Alone

Jesus asks for our faith in him. He is sent from the Father. Jesus accomplishes the works of the Father, and his works testify to his true identity. We renew our belief in Jesus Christ. Today we seek humility to admit that we are not God. God alone … is Read more…

Turn To Jesus In Faith

In the Gospel today (John 4: 43-54) a royal official comes from Capernaum to Cana to ask Jesus to heal his son, who was near death. This is our model today and every day, to bring our needs to Jesus – in faith. In these trying times, we are encouraged Read more…