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.
For the Hispanic Community to be a community, it must rediscover what is special about Hispanic Catholicism.
We may think that we are nothing like the saints, but each and every one of them was a sinner, just like us.
Mary perfectly imitates her son, both in her intercession for us and her resurrection to new life.
Our hope is found in the empty tomb.
The Resurrection is the center point of history, for which every action of God has been preparing.
Holy Thursday is all about the institution of the priesthood.
We all desperately feel our need for salvation.
“Being Christian is not the result of an ethical choice or a lofty idea, but the encounter with an event, a person, which gives life a new horizon and a decisive direction.” -Pope Benedict XVI
The difference between worshiping Jesus and worshiping a generic world-spirit really does matter.