“One second-century pagan critic of Christianity was willing to tolerate everything else about Christians if they would only worship the gods.”
Epiphany | Transfiguration Sunday (Year C)
Exodus 34:29-35; Psalm 99; 2 Corinthians 3:12-4:2; Luke 9:28-36, (37-43)
Encounters with God happen, and they are known by their liberating effects. How can confirmation class support such encounters?
I am a fan of mysteries. I love watching detectives in movies and on television. I love mystery novels so much that I don’t just read them on the beach. But I’m one of those people who doesn’t try to solve the puzzle before the end of the story. I like to experience the mystery as it unfolds. I especially love unsolved mysteries, those brainteasers that simply cannot be wrapped up tightly leaving no lose ends. Stories like mountaintop visions of transfigured splendor.