Gifts that only God can give are offered not just to a blessed few, but to all of us--to God's whole people.
The Lord will be with us in time of need. He will gather us together when we have been dispersed. He heals our hurts--spiritual and physical.
Our faith teaches us that in view of the role she would play in the salvation of humankind, Mary was exempted from the infection of sinfulness.
Advent is the season of coming, and in these weeks we open ourselves to the coming of the Lord into our lives.
The Lord is not tight-fisted with His gifts. There are no limitations on who gets cured, no restrictions on how much food will be provided.
Everything that constitutes our final fulfillment, our ultimate well-being, is here in our midst in the person of Jesus.
If we are to collaborate with God's will, we have to pay attention to His plans.
God will triumph in the end. Everything will turn out all right. This is a comforting thought with which to conclude the Church's year.
The promise of God’s conquest is a source of comfort for those who know and love Him, but a source of fear for those who do not.
We are to confess with our mouths that Jesus is Lord, and believe in our hearts that God raised Him from the dead. Then we will be saved.