By His death on the cross Jesus exercises the role of mediator between us and God.
God will provide for us in ways that do us the most good.
God will provide everything we need for fruitfulness and security of life.
God promises His people a new beginning. After our cleansing, after the self-gift of Jesus, comes new life.
God’s participation in human affairs was active in the time of Isaiah, in the time of Mary of Nazareth, and is still so today.
There are still plenty of false gods around clamoring for our attention.
The message of God’s enemies often seems more attractive than that of His friends.
The commandments are directions God gives us so that we can function most productively in accord with what God made us to be.
We are oppressed by our sins. We have no right to God’s care. We can only ask for God’s mercy.
As patron of the universal Church, Saint Joseph is still active in God's plans, still looking out for all of us.