Living our faith as Christians is not about power but about service to others (scripture reflection for Sept. 19, 2021).
We must allow the absolute love of God to transcend our own darkness (scripture reflection for Aug. 29, 2021).
Coralis Salvador reflects on the Gospel call to follow the Shepherd and help shepherd others (16th Sunday in Ordinary Time)
In this scripture reflection for July 4, 2021, Joanne Miya says we need to pay attention to the wisdom of unlikely prophets.
Sami Scott reflects on God’s desire to heal us and give us life, which we help enact through service of one another.
Andersen’s experience sows seeds of hope, compassion and new possibilities (scripture reflection for June 13, 2021).
Jesus modeled for us the way: to lose ourselves in love and live for the whole of the beloved community — “to mercy our world.”
Mary, a woman in the Kenyan slum of Kibera, can teach us how to love the forgotten and unloved in our own lives.
On this World Day of Migrants and Refugees, in the midst of unprecedented upheaval, scripture calls us to compassion.
Flávio José Rocha reflects on the parable of the landowner and laborers in light of his mission work.
Rich Tarro reflects on joy and grace in the midst of suffering.