Evidently, love must begin with looking for the good news in the other.
Faith is God's interpreter.
There is not a moment in which God is not present with us under the cover of some pain to be endured, some obligation or some duty to be performed, or some consolation to be enjoyed.
The small, hidden, anonymous God I found in the Gospels appealed to me deeply.
Jesus asks his disciples to exercise authority like a child or a servant.
In our relationship with Christ each of us must resolve one great problem.
The prayer I've probably spoke about most frequently is: "Thy will be done."
Jesus sent out the Twelve to battle dark spirits. He still empowers his church to do the same.
I say, it is a difficult and rare virtue, to mean what we say, to love without dissimulation, to think no evil, to bear no grudge, to be free from selfishness, to be innocent and straightforward.
Let us trust ourselves entirely to God and his providence.