The mysteries of the Rosary celebrate the three events that forever changed the destiny of mankind: the Incarnation, when Jesus came down from Heaven to share in our humanity the Crucifixion, when Jesus paid the price for our sins through his death on the Cross the Resurrection, when Jesus triumphed
Mary’s “yes” to God, her willingness to become the mother of Jesus, set her on a journey she could never have expected. She put her complete trust in God’s love and mercy through all the trials of her life. And her trials were many, including the Nativity. Mary must have
Again the Lord spoke to Ahaz: Ask for a sign from the Lord, your God; let it be as deep as the nether world, or high as the sky! But Ahaz answered, “I will not ask! I will not tempt the Lord!” Then he said: Listen, O house of David!
What I want to express on this blog more than anything is the profound depth of God’s love for you, exemplified in the living person of Jesus Christ. And on some level I know I’ll never succeed because the chasm between the infinite love Jesus bestows on us and the
The ultimate proof that Jesus loves us is his suffering and death on the cross, so that we might be redeemed from our sins. But why did he have to die so that we could be redeemed? We have to start by acknowledging that we deserve to die in our
My last post presented compelling evidence that Jesus of Nazareth rose from the dead. From that, it follows that he is who he said he is – the Son of God, and that we should adore him and follow him. The evidence for Christ’s Resurrection can be weighed with the