When talking about the Eucharist, we talk about Jesus. He himself is called the “Bread of Life,” which nourishes, strengthens and sustains us. The Eucharist at Mass is a way to draw closer to Jesus, who strengthens us. But living our lives as a continuous “eucharist” is something else. It transcends the Mass. The Eucharist invites us to not simply remain in the church building, but also sent into the world.. ... See MoreSee Less
Pope Francis has renewed his call to all people, asking everyone to join him in this great adventure, becoming more and more attentive the needs of those around us. --> buff.ly/2uKr1QK... See MoreSee Less
While living in a culture of immediacy, it may be difficult to sit down and read the Bible. It’s difficult to spend that deliberate time with God and instead want the entire Bible summarized in three short sentences.
The Bible shouldn’t be viewed as just another “message” we are notified of in our lives. We don’t blaze through reading the Bible with the same speed as reading a text message or e-mail. This is God’s word and he is trying to tell you something ... See MoreSee Less