GOSPEL REFLECTIONS

FEBRUARY 25, 2024 GOSPEL REFLECTION

Today’s Mass readings all point to the sacrifice of Our Lord on the Cross—“for us men, and for our salvation.” Abraham’s faith prefigures Christ’s...

FEBRUARY 18, 2024 GOSPEL REFLECTION

In Mark’s typical fashion, the story of the forty days Jesus spends in the desert is recounted in a rapid-fire pace, clear on what...

FEBRUARY 11, 2024 GOSPEL REFLECTION

What do you dislike about yourself? What do you hate about yourself? Most of us have an answer to this question, even if we’re...

FEBRUARY 4, 2024 GOSPEL REFLECTION

In today’s Gospel, Jesus heals Peter’s mother-in-law which prompts the whole town of Bethsaida to flock to Jesus that very evening so that He...

JANUARY 28, 2024 GOSPEL REFLECTION

In today’s Gospel, the people who encounter Jesus and witness his works have the following response: “All were amazed and ask on another, ‘What...

JANUARY 21, 2024 GOSPEL REFLECTION

The famous calling of Sts. Peter, Andrew, James, and John recounted for us in the Gospels reminds us that those called to be disciples...

JANUARY 14, 2024 GOSPEL REFLECTION

Growing up, if my mom or dad had to call me by name three times—each time in a louder voice, each time using more...

JANUARY 7, 2024 GOSPEL REFLECTION

This week in the Roman Catholic Church, we celebrate the Epiphany. The word Epiphany generally means a divine revelation. In the Catholic celebration, we...

DECEMBER 31, 2023 GOSPEL REFLECTION

Today, the Church celebrates the liturgical feast of the Holy Family—the family of Jesus, Mary, and Saint Joseph. And in today’s gospel, we hear...