We rest when we seek a "solitary place" (Mk. 6:31) to be silent; to enter into ourselves; to listen to our conscience and perceive, beyond our fears and tensions, the presence of God who loves and cares for us.
This is what the birth of John the Baptist announces: just as from the womb of Elizabeth a creature is born, the Lord can bring forth life from a story of darkness and death.
The Kingdom of God grows with a power of its own, which isn't dependent upon us; it is a call to trust in the loving power of God
History has never disproved the Virgin's prophetic words
In his Ascension Sunday homily, Bishop Báez say that by praying and witnessing to Jesus, we can heal the world
Christian love has a social and political dimension. We love when we design and organize social life in such a way that no one suffers
Our fruitfulness in the world depends on prayer, where we welcome the words of Jesus to begin to think like him, see things as he would see them, and act in every situation as he would
The Risen Jesus always draws us back to life, gives us hope, and gives us the strength not to fall along the way.
Without Mary, God could never have shown us his smile, caressed us, healed our wounds with his hands and spoken to us as our brother
This Lent, let's welcome the love of God manifested in Christ and allow this love to purify the temple of our life, destroy our false idols, and impel us to love others with generosity and joy
When Jesus speaks, it's obvious that something different. When Jesus comes forward to speak in the synagogue he doesn’t simply comment on what has been said in the past
Our inner wounds, our weaknesses, our sins, and fears don't go unnoticed by Jesus. He wants us to be healthy and free.
The Virgin Mary is a model, the faithful accomplisher of God's will, for those who do not accept passively the adverse circumstances of personal and social life