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S+L BLOG: Fr. Thomas Rosica, CSB



Christmas Week Nations shall come to your light… Isaiah 60:3 The Magi are some of the most mysterious and intriguing characters in all of the Scriptures! We don’t know their place of origin or how long they traveled to find the child Jesus, or what happened to them when they returned to their native lands. ...read more
On this Feast of the Holy Family, Fr. Thomas Rosica, CSB, reflects on the importance of strong, committed families in our society and in our Church. ...read more
On this Fourth Sunday of Advent, Father Thomas Rosica, CSB, reflects on the birth of Jesus in a stable in Bethlehem. ...read more
Salt+Light had the privilege of presenting three annual awards during the intermission of the Christmas cantata The Birth of Christ. Here they are. ...read more
As we approach the coming of Christ at Christmas, Fr. Thomas Rosica, CSB, reflects on Jesus' place within the history of the people of Israel. ...read more
Experiencing the Possibility of the Impossible: A Reflection for the fourth Sunday of Advent, Year C. ...read more
On this Third Sunday of Advent, Father Thomas Rosica, CSB, reflects on the different symbols we use in our celebration of Christ's birth. ...read more
Third Sunday of Advent, Year C – December 16th, 2018 Advent, far from being a penitential time, is a time of rejoicing. Christians proclaim that the Messiah has indeed come and that God’s reign is at hand. During these days we are invited to quietly prepare our hearts and our lives for the coming of ...read more
On this Second Sunday of Advent, Father Thomas Rosica, CSB, reflects on Mary's response to her cousin Elizabeth - her Magnificat. ...read more
Second Sunday of Advent, Year C – December 9th, 2018 In today’s Gospel text (Luke 3:1-6), the evangelist who is called the scriba manuetidinis Christi (“scribe of the gentleness of Christ”) by Dante Alighieri presents the call of John the Baptist in the form of an Old Testament prophetic call (Luke 3:2) and extends the ...read more