Unlike the other gospelwriters, Luke includes the events surrounding and supporting the birth of Christ.
“Follow me” doesn’t even feel like a question. There’s a sense of urgency to the call of Jesus.
Saint Bartholomew is the patron saint of bookbinders and is often depicted holding the Gospel book.
The Transfiguration is confusing and deeply mystifying, and maybe that’s the point.
Zechariah knew what his son was destined to do: inaugurate the movement that would prepare the way for Jesus Christ.
This Pentecost, how counter-cultural would it be for the church to emphasize the gentleness of Christ’s gift of the spirit? Maybe he discovered that gentleness from his mother.
When I look back at my life, what felt like random stumbling at the time now appears ordered and planned, as if someone far bigger and wiser than I is holding the reins.
Even though Mark, Peter and Paul were direct followers of Jesus Christ, they had issues. The light of Christ still shone though.
Is even Judas included in the love of God?
In Fra Angelico’s painting of the Annunciation, the angel Gabriel reverences Mary. What does that mean for us?