When Saint Paul lays out what successful ministry looks like, he makes it clear that it is multi-generational disciple making
When we received the Gospel, we were entrusted with a great gift that is worth cherishing.
Saint Paul gives Timothy four reasons why it is worthwhile to stay in the fight, even in the midst of extreme difficulty.
God’s desire for all to be saved and to live a peaceful life informs all of our relationships, whether with those inside the Church or those outside of it.
When Jesus gives his controversial teaching about the place of family in the Kingdom, he is continuing an earlier theme from the Old Covenant
When the guests at a dinner party fight over their seats at the dinner table, Jesus invites his followers into a life free from arbitrary measures of social importance.
We look at how Jesus affirms both the necessity of absolute fidelity to be part of God’s kingdom and the desire of God to show mercy to all people
We explore how Jesus’ kingdom brings division along with it.
We reflect on the amazing implications of the truth that God desires to give us the kingdom
When Jesus teaches his disciples what greed looks like, it doesn’t look like the caricatures we’ve built for it. It looks a lot more normal and a lot more like us.
Father James explains how disciples of Jesus are to be people who pray because it is firmly grounded in our relationship with him
We take a break from our walk with Jesus and his disciples to reflect on our union with Christ on this Baptism Sunday.
In this unpacking of a famous parable, Father James recounts Jesus’ description of his people as a people who are neighbors to everyone they have capacity to help
Father James points out that we are called to be a people on mission in a white harvest field.
Father James unpacks the series of things Jesus tells us we must give up if we are going to be his disciples.