Jesus’ words in today’s gospel were spoken to his apostles during the Last Supper. They are equally important for us today as we prepare to celebrate the feast of the …

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Christians are fundamentally an “Easter People.” The Resurrection lies central to the mystery of our faith and the grounding of our daily lives. Yet, in a world which so often …

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We will rejoice…even in our darkest moments, there will be happiness! Easier said than to believe, right?  Am I like the disciples, not understanding what Jesus was saying to them? …

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Goodbyes can break hearts. In the midst of moving out of New York City, Andrew Hanson, SJ hopes the break heals …

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Growing up on the Southside of Milwaukee, where are you from meant the Parish. It was later in life that I realized the world was a whole lot bigger than …

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On the heels of the “Pence walkout,” Notre Dame grad Dan Dixon, SJ wonders when commencements stopped being about celebrating …

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Before I go to bed at night, I examine my hands: I make sure they are empty. This means I have given it all in my day. Before I wake …

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“Look, Mom- no hands!” The good, the bad, and the ugly of driverless …

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The holy women in my life are good at noticing things: Our five-year- old Maeve: “Daddy, Tess wiped her yogurt cereal on your pants.”Our two-year- old Tess: “Daddy, your pants …

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In years past it was not uncommon to be accosted on the street by someone asking if you knew Jesus. I always wondered if they had read Peter’s first letter. …

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Today’s lines from the Acts of the Apostles describe Paul’s missionary journeys through Asia Minor as he made his way towards ancient Macedonia. The author of Acts reports great enthusiasm …

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In the Gospel today, Jesus’ command seems simultaneously simple and complicated. Three words: “love one another.” Three simple words which appear in direct contrast to most of the news of …

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