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S+L BLOG: Fr. Thomas Rosica, CSB



Read Fr. Thomas Rosica's reflection on the feast of St Thomas the Apostle (July 3). ...read more
Read Fr. Rosica's message for the 15th anniversary of Salt+Light: Celebrating 15 years of evangelizing through the media. ...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
Read Fr. Thomas Rosica's reflection on the Broadway sensation WICKED, and it's themes of evil, redemption, friendship, and power of forgiveness. ...read more
John was identified with the people of Israel, and his vocation was ultimately not only the restoration of Israel but also the conversion of the world. John was the sharp-edged sword who pointed out the true light to the nations, the one whose salvation would reach to the ends of the earth. ...read more
Read Fr. Thomas Rosica's reflection for the eleventh Sunday in ordinary time: The Slow Progress in the Growth of God’s Kingdom. ...read more
Has our devotion to the Sacred Heart suffered cardiac arrest? Here is a prescription for reviving the heartbeat, as Fr. Thomas Rosica, C.S.B's reflects on the Solemnity of the Sacred Heart of Jesus. ...read more
Tenth Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year B – June 10th, 2018 Today’s Gospel story of the unbelieving scribes from Jerusalem who attributed Jesus’ power over demons to Beelzebul (Mark 3:20-35) is inserted within the story of the arrival of Jesus’ relatives. “Beelzebul” is a Canaanite divine name used here for the prince of demons. There ...read more
Read Fr. Thomas Rosica's Reflection to commemorate the Feast of the Visitation of the Virgin Mary: " Sharing the new life within us." ...read more
Solemnity of the Body and Blood of Christ – Sunday, June 3, 2018 Today’s Gospel [Mark 14.12-16,22-26] links Jesus’ death with Israel’s great feast of liberation, the Passover. At the first Passover, the blood on the doorpost prevented the death of the firstborn. The bread broken at the Last Supper symbolizes the disciples’ sharing in ...read more