Tag: Mystery

God Is A Relationship Of Love; God Desires Relationships Of Love

There is a pious story about St. Augustine walking along a beach one day pondering and reflecting on the Trinity. He encounters a young child digging a hole in the sand. Repeatedly, the child walks to the ocean, fills a small pail with water, and returns to the hole where he dumps the water. When asked by St. Augustine what he is doing, the child casually explains that he is putting the ocean into the hole. St. Augustine laughs and tells the child he could never do such a thing in a million years. The […]

We experience God in Mystery

September Institute Homily: 9/24/14 “Jesus summoned his apostles” “Jesus gave them power and authority … over all demons and to cure diseases “Jesus sent them to proclaim the Kingdom of God and to heal the sick…” Recently, someone sent me a new book, and I took a look at the preface and did not get much further than the opening line: “About fifty years ago, the remarkable theologian, Karl Rahner, made an intriguing comment about the forthcoming generations of Christians. He said that the future believer will be either a mystic or not believe at […]

By Daniele Zedda • 18 February


By Daniele Zedda • 18 February

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