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The Old Testament reading for this Sunday seems to be a series of non sequiturs, or sentences cobbled together like the collection of Proverbs. The “Servant of the Lord” goes from a teacher, to a listening and obedient student, to a victim of horrendous torture. more
The short passage from Ezekiel for this Sunday is the conclusion of the "Valley of Dry Bones" prophecy. more
The reign of King Saul was an unmitigated disaster. It was full of rash, vengeful decisions. Thankfully, God is more than capable of taking matters into His own hands. more
Pope Francis stands in the great door of St. Peter's Basilica, looking out into the rainy, empty Square. He's decked in a humeral veil, hoisting a monstrance with the Blessed Sacrament. Though rarely a solitary figure, this time he's all alone. more
What is the "Pope Francis legacy?" Ten years in, we can start asking the question. more
God called Abram and his family to undergo a great change of circumstances. He obeyed, opening himself to God's promises. more