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By Bishoy Dawood Matt. 14:13-21 recounts the miraculous story of Jesus feeding the five thousand men, women and children with five loaves of bread and two fish. While our minds may be distracted by the historical and scientific questions of such a miraculous feat, what I’d like to focus on in my reflection here is…

By David Gonzalez During a fire in a convent, a group of nuns were trapped on the third floor. Thinking quickly, they took off their habits, tied them together, and used them as a rope to go down through the window. After they had reached safety, a reporter asked, “Weren’t you worried that your habits…

By Fr. Gilles Mongeau, S.J. Nothing is more practical than finding God, than falling in Love in a quite absolute, final way. What you are in love with, what seizes your imagination, will affect everything. It will decide what will get you out of bed in the morning, what you do with your evenings, how…

By Jonathan David “I came that they may have life, and have it abundantly.” (John 10:10) A friend who is a priest was on sabbatical, where the city priests spoke of the sorry state of the understaffed churches in the poorer rural areas of the country. So he organized a mission to help staff liturgies…

By Todd Langis This June marks the second anniversary of All Inclusive Ministries! You are invited to participate in our All Inclusive Eucharistic Celebration as we come together on the eve of the Vigil Mass of Saints Peter and Paul—founders of the ancient Church. This feast is almost entirely devoted to St. Peter— the first…

By Michael Barwick Michelangelo’s famous painting of the creation of Adam that pictures God as an old man in the sky is an enduring image of the divine. While a vision of great beauty and instructive in part, it implies that God is somehow “up there” rather than anywhere else. Nothing could be further from…

By David Gonzalez F. It’s a true story. Good ol’ Father O’Brian, let’s call him, stood by the church doors greeting parishioners after Sunday Mass. Little Bobby approached with his mom. “Are you God?” he asked. The priest chuckled. “My heavens, no!” he said. “I’m just his servant!” “I thought so,” little Bobby replied. “And…

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