29th Sunday: To Be Human…

August 29, 2021 How did Jesus become a human being and why?  Our Catholic tradition uses the word “The Incarnation” to describe how God becomes or enters into our human reality. In the First Incarnation, God’s person and presence fills and creates all inanimate materials, planets and stars and universes. In the Second Incarnation, GodContinue reading 29th Sunday: To Be Human…

Holy Trinity Sunday: God is not far from any of us

May 30, 2021 Last Sunday, we closed the Easter season, and for the last one thousand years, today we have celebrated the doctrinal feast of the Holy Trinity. So, the first thing that I would like to say is that our loving God is not an abstraction or a philosophical idea, and more than aContinue reading Holy Trinity Sunday: God is not far from any of us

Holy Trinity Sunday: And behold, I am with you always until the end of the age (Mt 28:20)

May 30, 2021 My dear friends.  Today, the whole Catholic Church from around the world reflects about the presence of God in our life.  Theology calls God “The Holy Trinity.”  And there are volumes of theology, using philosophical language to try to describe how Jesus, our God in human form, is related to whom JesusContinue reading Holy Trinity Sunday: And behold, I am with you always until the end of the age (Mt 28:20)

Trinity Sunday: God is always saying: “Let’s talk.  Let’s be in touch.”

May 30, 2021 For the last thousand years or so, the Catholic Church has celebrated the Feast of the Holy Trinity, officially, the Sunday after Pentecost. Of all the Sunday liturgies, it is the only feast created to focus on a doctrine, rather than on an event or teaching from the Scriptures. From our earliestContinue reading Trinity Sunday: God is always saying: “Let’s talk.  Let’s be in touch.”