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S+L BLOG: Reflections



Father Thomas Rosica, CSB, discusses the true nature and proper place for Marian devotion within the Catholic Church in this video. ...read more
"You are what you eat." Father Thomas Rosica, CSB, reflects on the meaning of Jesus' command to eat his flesh and drink his blood. ...read more
What do you rely on to sustain you? Your own energy or the "bread of life"? Read Fr. Thomas Rosica's reflection on Elijah and our heavenly food. ...read more
Fr. Thomas Rosica, CSB, reflects on this Sunday's readings and challenges us: What does Jesus' Eucharistic presence mean for us? ...read more
Read Fr. Thomas Rosica, C.S.B's Biblical Reflection for the 17th Sunday in Ordinary Time: It is Never Enough Until we Give it Away. ...read more
The story of Jesus having compassion on crowds "like sheep without a shepherd" helps us to focus on his ministry of teaching, reconciling, and shepherding. ...read more
On Thursday, June 28, 2018, Fr. Rob Galea concelebrated Mass at S+L. He offered this beautiful homily on the importance of falling in love with God. ...read more
Fifteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year B – July 15th, 2018 When the Gospels relate to us the call extended by Jesus to his young disciples and apostles, it is always done in a very compassionate way. Jesus looks upon those whom he calls; he loves them, challenges them, and calls them to be something they ...read more
Fourteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year B – July 8th, 2018 We know today’s Gospel story well, perhaps too well! It would have been customary for Jesus to go to the synagogue each week during the Sabbath, and when his turn came, to read from the scriptures during the Sabbath service. His hometown folks listened ...read more
Thirteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year B – July 1st, 2018 Last week we witnessed Jesus’ divine power at work on the forces of nature (Mark 4:37-41). Today’s Gospel stories reveal his power over disease and death. In these powerful accounts, Jesus reminds us of the importance of faith. Nothing is possible without faith. On ...read more