Epiphany 2020 Cathedral of St. Raymond I wish we could live in the time of Jesus’ birth; before he was studied, known. When everything about this child was still mysterious and full of
The Word was made flesh and dwelt among us? The Word was made flesh and dwelt among us. How strange. We have the disadvantage of being of this side of the story. For us, we
What if we believed Jesus was among in all his power? Can you imagine how different this place would be?
Brick and River by Brennan Robinson There was a brick on the bridge’s bottom, Who had wearied of what elders taught him In song they’d sing about being a brick, The joy with brother to
Here we are at the beginning of the new Church year and……..we’re talking about the end? Again. But we can’t be fooled into thinking that the end, the fulfillment of life in the new
Horror Vacui – abhorrence of the void. Bonum diffusivum sui est – Goodness is diffusive of itself. St. Paul tells the Philippians to stay away from orgies and lust, rivalry and jealousy. These, and so
Jesus acknowledges the scary things that will lead up to the end of time, but tells us not to be terrified. The things to which we will be subjected before his return will not
Homily for the 32nd Sunday in Ordinary Time Cathedral of Saint Raymond Nonnatus 10 November 2019 — I am particularly struck by these words from the first reading: After him the third suffered their