August 9, 2020
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Our Triune God

We need to wonder how shocked Nicodemus must have felt when Jesus broke to him the greatest piece of good news ever:  “God so loved the world that he gave his only Son, so that everyone who believes in him might not perish but might have...

A Family of Love

In the liturgical life of the Church, many days of the year are dedicated to concrete events and persons. Of course, there are many feasts for Jesus. But in addition, we remember Mary, the saints, and the “signature” moments in the...

Three is a Holy Number

A very wise and intelligent Jewish university professor and scripture scholar [Pinchas Lapide] once wrote a book about the meaning of Easter Sunday. Though he himself was a devout, Orthodox Jew, he had great sympathy and admiration for Catholicism;...

The Trinity is Our Home!

Back to my theology days, precisely in the course of ecclesiology, it keeps coming into my mind and heart what the great theologian and poet, who first become an Anglican priest and then passed on to the Catholic Church and became a priest and...

The Blessed Trinity

On the feast of the Holy Trinity, we should pause to find out if all our energies and efforts are directed towards the only thing that really matters for us: ETERNAL LIFE, life in God, life in the Holy Trinity. St. Paul spells out in his Letter to...

Downsizing God?

The feast of the Most Holy Trinity is God-sent in more ways than one. The statement I am about to make about it might sound outlandish and preposterous: this feast is God-sent because of an insidious tendency which is found among a good number of...

The Embrace of the Holy Trinity

Sunday after Sunday and on solemnities throughout the liturgical year, we get to familiarize ourselves with Jesus, our God in human flesh: For we do not have a high priest who is unable to sympathize with our weaknesses, but one who has similarly...

A Return to Eden

Is there sex in Heaven? Peter Kreeft, the renowned Philosophy professor at Boston College, addressed this loaded question many years ago. On its surface this sounds like an easy question since most Americans spend an inordinate time thinking about...