Christ is the bridegroom and we the church are his bride. He wants to affect a union with us that is as intimate as a husband’s and wife’s. If we are to take in the new life that Jesus offers us, we must be transformed from within. New wine (God’s life) can only be received by new wineskins.
Cycle BOrdinary TimeWeek 8
by Bishop Robert BarronMarch 2, 2003
- Agape Love: The Argument from Johnny Cash
- Happy Thanksgiving from Word on Fire!
- “Fiddler on the Roof” Fifty Years Later: A Fresh Take on Tradition
- Look Back, Look Around, Look Forward
- The Steadying Hand of Experience
- Three Comings of Christ Prepare Us for Advent
- Jackie Kennedy’s Veil and the Weight of Apocalypse
- What the Catholic Church Is Not, in Four Words
- “Shang-Chi” Presents the Strength of Peace and Self-Gift
- Harrison Lemke and the Humanity of Art
- Is Jesus the King of Your Life?
- From Gundam to God: Tyler McNabb and Reformed Epistemology
- The Heroic Face of the Innocents
- Humanity Going Meta to Become All About Itself
- Saint Martin of Tours’ Stunning Encounter
- The Proper Telling of History