We do not love out of fear of punishment. We love because God first loved us.
Jesus asks us to love our brothers, sisters, and neighbors enough to try to help them be better versions of themselves.
A healthy family cares more about honesty than honor. The Sexual Abuse Crisis showed how dysfunctional our Catholic family was.
If we give God his time, give him our hearts, and listen to what he has to say, he will take care of the rest.
Mary perfectly imitates her son, both in her intercession for us and her resurrection to new life.
It is important for us to ask ourselves what will truly make us happy.
The Church is calling each of us to take personal responsibility for the mission of the Lord and to "give them some food ourselves."
The standard of our Catholicism is our communion with Paul in Seattle and Francis in Rome.
Jesus gives us a list of reasons why someone might reject something as perfectly effective as the Gospel.
And this is where we find our rest. We find our rest by abandoning ourselves to the Spirit of God. By giving God the power and the space to do his work. If we labor and are burdened, we must give our labors and our burdens to him. If we carry a yoke, we must place that yoke on him.