Living the word
Have you ever sat and watched a moth drawn into a light bulb? The moth simply cannot help but be drawn to the bulbs brilliance. The season of Epiphany celebrates a theme a little like this - only we are the moths and the bulb is Gods glory. Throughout Epiphany we encounter again and again the inexorable attraction of God. Whenever Gods glory is
Six months after Ash Wednesday, we are gifted with another month of reminders of its most basic and important lessons. Once again we have an opportunity to recognize our false idols - especially the most persistent: wealth, power, and ego - and to turn back to God, the source of true power and a love so great that we neither need nor yearn for the temporary
The history of the struggles of the oppressed is the history of the call of the Holy Spirit to a divided world, writes Mexican theologian Maria Pilar Aquino in Our Cry for Life. For liberation theologians, the presence of the Holy Spirit is synonymous with the struggle for liberation. This observation is
"Only in our doing can we grasp you, only with our hands can we illumine you....
Reflections on the Revised Common Lectionary, Cycle C
Rabbi Tarfon said, "The day is short. The work is long. We are not enjoined to complete the task.