Jesus says all of us must be reform-minded. We all have opportunities to turn from sin and accept God's love.
Lent is a time when we re-affirm our Christian mission, no matter what our individual vocations may be.
As we hear of the Lord's temptations in the desert, let's let this very human portrait of Jesus remind us of how we're called to respond in times of temptation.
Jesus challenges us to be honest with ourselves and with others. What sort of fruit are we producing in our lives as disciples?
Our world is as violent as King David's was. How will we respond to Jesus' message of non-violence, mercy, and forgiveness?
The fact of enduring poverty or other troubles seems to offer a perspective on God that helps us realize our dependency on God for everything.
The fact of our baptism means that we have a vocation--a call--that's just as certain as those of Isaiah or Peter in today's Scripture readings.
Biblical prophets weren't out to make enemies, but felt impelled to speak God's truth with love. Often their message was "tough love."
Our respect for the Gospel book, our attentive listening, and our openness to the Spirit are all crucial to full participation in the Eucharist.
The Gospel of John tells us about the Word made Flesh. The stories and sayings of Jesus are written to allow us to encounter Jesus as the One come from God.