Christ, Hearer of Sins, and the Priests We Pray For
by Dr. Tom Neal . May 22, 2020 .
Emmaus and Genesis
by Bishop Robert Barron . April 26, 2020 .
It is my privilege this third Sunday of Easter to preach on one of the most magnificent texts in the New Testament, a masterpiece within the masterpiece: the story of the two disciples on the road to Emmaus. I would like to offer a somewhat novel interpretation, one that takes…
Let Him Go
by Bishop Robert Barron . March 29, 2020 .
The great Lenten readings for Cycle A move in a kind of crescendo from thirst, to blindness, to death—all metaphors for spiritual dysfunction. This Sunday’s Gospel deals with death through the story of Lazarus who, after four days in his tomb, represents someone who is totally sunk in sin,…
By the Waters of Meribah
by Bishop Robert Barron . March 15, 2020 .
Our first reading for today is the famous quarreling of Israel by the waters of Meribah in the book of Exodus. We find the chosen people in the midst of the desert—which is to say, in the process of conversion, on the way from the slavery of sin to the…
Hello, Original Sin! Adam and Eve Meet Vulnerability and Accountability
by Elizabeth Scalia . February 27, 2020 .
“Moonstruck” Delivers a Great Ash Wednesday Homily
by Elizabeth Scalia . February 26, 2020 .