Fr. Wiley encourages us to embrace the Resurrection truth that not even death can separate us from the love of God in Christ Jesus.
Fr. Wiley meditates on the events of Good Friday as the crowd chose safety over salvation.
Mtr. Sarah calls us to participate in the history of our faith this week as we go from celebration to crucifixion to rejoicing.
Mtr. Sarah highlights the benefits of community in responding to lament and offering hope.
Fr. Wiley asks where might God be trying to anoint our weakness into his strength.
Fr. Wiley encourages us to bring our wounds to church as God takes on our sufferings, connecting our hearts to the cross.
Fr. Wiley points out that when we understand that our disciplines are part of the gift of a life in grace, we are free to offer our lives as a gift of thanksgiving.
Mtr. Sarah encourages us to keep our hearts focused on God and remember who we are in Christ as we face trials and temptations.
Fr. Wiley challenges us to take on the fast that God chooses; disciplines that lead to joy.
Mtr. Sarah talks about those moments when we encounter the living God - may they be enough to transform us into the image of God.
Fr. Wiley challenges us to see the law as a gift that leads us to an examination of our hearts and consequently our behavior.
Mtr. Sarah asks us if we have lost our Christian saltiness; do we act like the teachings of the faith we profess?
Fr. Chris discusses the guidance we have received that helps us fulfill God's will for our lives.
Mtr. Sarah talks about how choosing to respond to Jesus when he calls is the most important call we'll ever answer.
Fr. Wiley discusses the truth in the conflicting images of Jesus as Lamb and as Messiah.
Mtr. Sarah reminds us that God claimed us as His own at our Baptism.
On Christmas Day, Fr. Wiley contemplates the paradox and mystery of Christmas with singing sentinels and God as a vulnerable child.
On Christmas Eve, Fr. Wiley reminds us that God does us favors with prophets, blessings, and a savior.
Mtr. Sarah discusses how God does marvelous things with messy lives.
Mtr. Sarah encourages us that in Advent in our waiting and doubting, we are in good company.
Fr. Wiley talks about why we need the vision of the prophets as we continue to wait.
Fr. Wiley reminds us that as the prophet Isaiah foretells doom, it is always with a quiet current of hope and expectation - hope amidst the darkness.
Fr. Wiley talks about how the call of Christ the King is to come and believe and be invited to new life that sounds impossible.