The words, “I’m waiting,” or, even simply, “Wait,” can inspire a lot of different feelings depending on who is saying them and why.
Throughout the month of September, much attention was given to the funeral rites for Queen Elizabeth II.
Last weekend we heard Jesus answer the Sadducees’ difficulty with the resurrection of the body.
Every time we celebrate a Baptism, the parents and Godparents are asked a series of questions which invite them to affirm their faith in the Church’s creed.
I can pinpoint the exact moment I fell in love with philosophy. I
Last week our focus shifted to the end times, to the “Day of the Lord” anticipated by the ancient Israelites, and us their spiritual successors who joyfully await the Second Coming.
At the end of today’s Gospel, the Lord asks an ominous question, one that resounds through all of salvation history: “When the Son of Man comes, will he find faith on earth?”
Today’s first reading offers us a powerful story of an unlikely character, Naaman the Syrian, coming to faith. At the same time, however, it’s the story of every baptism.
One of the great joys of my life, second to being a priest, is being an uncle. Having young children in one’s family can be a deeply enriching and gratifying experience.
This weekend’s Gospel story is a familiar one for us. A nameless rich man was living lavishly and well, without regard nor compassion to the poor and sickly Lazarus situated by his door.