As a lifelong fanboy, the recent Marvel reboot was a real treat for Spiderman fans. Set in Peter Parker's high school years, it's the "The Wonder Years" of perils of adolescence and teenage crushes. What makes Spider-Man so endearing to Marvel fans is how relatable our friendly neighbourhood superhero is. In Spider-Man: Far From [...]
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No matter what your calling may be, you were created for sainthood. For holiness. For perfect communion with God, and with others. Don’t be discouraged if you’re still trying to figure out God’s plan for your life. Simply stand still, and let Him move.
Although we recall the mystery of the Eucharist at every liturgy, the feast of Corpus Christi uniquely refocuses our vision. It reminds us all of our poverty and neediness. Spiritually, we cannot live without the nourishment of Christ. And it is by being fed with the Word of God in both the Scriptures and in the Sacrament that we receive life.
Even before God wants us to know that He is almighty, He wants us to know that He is Father. It means that we are precious to Him, that we are made for His kingdom, that we’re each a reflection of Him. It means that He loved us into existence and that He continues to even now.
The influence of a father is far deeper than many realize. A loving and fatherly presence is the greatest testament to the unchanging love of the Father who’s image we all bear: the unwearied Father who runs to us with kisses of great joy, the moment we, though with faltering steps, turn toward him.
No matter your relationship with your earthly father, your heavenly Father relentlessly pursues you and has no plans of ever leaving you alone. He’s ready and waiting for you to run into His arms, to hear His heartbeat against yours, and to feel His beard tickle your cheek.
How are we to live out Ordinary Time intentionally, after Eastertide comes to an end?
Alleluia is a pure and perfect word. It is the song that contains all songs as a pure and perfect seed. It is the song we sing when all words and all letters fall short before the eternal glory of Jesus Christ the King.
To live as if death no longer existed is to live in the power of the Resurrection daily. It means that death has no victory because the Cross is our true victory. When we live in the Resurrection we don’t have to look any further for answers to “death” in our life. Death has already been answered by the victory of the cross.
The Good News of Fátima could be summed up in two words: repent and pray.