Maewyn Succat did not have an easy time embracing the Faith.
The culture of rushing, either of getting a rush, or of zipping frantically around — perhaps the two are interconnected — means a lot more Martha and a lot less Mary in life.
Some months after my son-in-law, Rob Susil, died, a longtime friend asked me, in a gentle but point-blank way, "Are you still fighting God?"
Saint Paul knew from personal experience how difficult it would be for people of various cultures to understand why Jesus had to be crucified.
The Transfiguration is celebrated on the sixth of August, but an account of it is also proclaimed as the liturgical Gospel in Lent, because it was a way that the Lord prepared Peter, James and John for the Crucifixion.
Unlike physical deafness, moral deafness is a tragedy more than a disability.
Have you ever stopped to think that Christianity is the only religion in which the first step is to say, "I'm wrong?"
At the start of Lent, every Christian approaches the "threshold" of Christ and begins to walk toward Him for forty days.
That challenge to authority is not confined to adolescents.
We may wonder how the Lord cannot "know" someone. Is he not omniscient?