Don’t Miss Matthew!

The summer Sundays bring us Matthew’s best stories — the Syrophoenician woman who speaks up for her daughter, the fearful disciples who are afraid their boat will sink, the 5,000 who trust Jesus will feed them. You can have these and more in the summer and September issues of Sunday by Sunday. You can read allContinue reading “Don’t Miss Matthew!”

Spiritual Practice

I opened the closet door and lifted my turquoise mat out from where it was wedged in the corner. About ten feet from the bassinet holding my sleeping baby, I unrolled the mat slowly. The last thing my nurse called out to me was No yoga for six weeks! as I left the hospital withContinue reading “Spiritual Practice”

Gospel Reflection for January 18, 2015, 2nd Sunday of Ordinary Time

Sunday Readings: 1 Samuel 3.3-10,19; 1 Corinthians 6.13-15,17-20; John 1.35-42 John the Baptist points out Jesus to two of his disciples, Andrew and another. They  follow Jesus, who turns, sees them, and ask what they are looking for.    Andrew said to him, “Teacher, where are you staying?” Jesus said to them, “Come and see.”Continue reading “Gospel Reflection for January 18, 2015, 2nd Sunday of Ordinary Time”