Today’s readings provide clear and inspiring reminders of the most fundamental aspect of our identity.
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Today marks the close of the Christmas season, but before we return to Ordinary Time, we have one more great feast to celebrate — The Baptism of the Lord.
The Feast of the Epiphany is when the glorious reality of the Incarnation begins to shine out into the world beyond the Jewish people.
The Christmas Season continues as we focus on the family that God has entered into in order to save us.
As our Advent preparations draw to a close, today’s readings demonstrate the intensity of the Father’s perfect and passionate love for each us.
The Third Sunday of Advent is called Gaudete Sunday, a word which means “Rejoice!” because our Savior will soon be here.
“Prepare the way of the Lord, make straight his paths: all flesh shall see the salvation of God."
Advent is the celebration of the “Once and Future Coming” of our King, Jesus Christ.
This Advent Season, which we begin next week, will be a chance for us to allow the Lord to reorient us toward Him.
As November steamrolls into Thanksgiving and Christmas is right around the corner, our readings begin to turn towards the conflict that is at the center of the universe.