We learn love from our families, so if we want to save society we have to save our families first.
But a God who subverts our every expectation, a God who becomes a man, a God who is born a refugee and dies a criminal; this is a God who is truly greater than us in every way.
Christ's mission is our mission, so we must bring his presence to the peripheries, including the existential peripheries.
For the Hispanic Community to be a community, it must rediscover what is special about Hispanic Catholicism.
Sometimes it looks like God has changed his mind, but really it is our repentance that allows us to receive his grace differently. Repentance itself is a grace.
The longing we feel for a COVID vaccine pales to the longing we ought to feel for the return of Jesus.
Advent is a penitential season focused on the second and then the first comings of Christ.
Lay people are called to be priests, prophets, and kings in the world after the model of Christ. The exercise of that kingship is not going well at the moment.
We may think that we are nothing like the saints, but each and every one of them was a sinner, just like us.
When we do our part by tithing, God takes care of the rest.