30th Sunday in Ordinary Time
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Throughout scripture, human bodies are not an obstacle to righteousness; they are its location.
If so, what did he mean?
art selection and comment by John Kohan
Trees symbolize a holy channel that faithfully stewards the power of God into the world.
by Amy Ziettlow
It’s really tough to value the gifts inherent in finitude when beloved ones are dying.
by Audrey West
“If to get a good message you need to make Judaism look bad, then you don’t have a good message.”
How can people tell the difference between a prophet and a phony?
"Love God, love neighbor." Sounds simple.
The headlines spoke of nationalism and war. Barth proclaimed a living God who calls for repentance.
Being religious is not about following rules. It's more like dancing.
We laughed with hope as we witnessed a new generation hearing an ancient truth.
Have you ever been inordinately annoyed by someone else's clothing? I have, and in my experience this is a classic indicator of what this week's Leviticus reading calls “hating someone in my heart.” When I'm repressing anger or frustration, I suddenly notice the hideously out-of-date belt my relative is wearing, or the way-too-short-in-every-inseam pantsuit my co-worker has on. The clothes are never the true offense, of course, but they send off alarms: time to speak up.
We have, in fact, been given a simple code for living.
In this life, sanctification is gradual and difficult. Why would it be different in the life to come?