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Putting in the Work

Today's Readings For a short Gospel reading, we have quite a few metaphors explaining who we are meant to be as disciples of Christ....

Extra-Ordinary Time

Ironically, it feels that it is almost always in my most ordinary moments, that I find the most extraordinary things. I want to take deep...

God of the Upside Down

Today's Readings When was the last time you looked at something upside down? If I’m being honest, for me it was probably checking the...

Fear and Light

Today's Readings “The people who walked in darkness have seen a great light; upon those who dwelt in the land of gloom a light has shone....

Here I am, I (sorta) come to do Your will

Today's Readings I don’t know about you friend, but I find waiting to be such a difficult task sometimes. And yet, waiting is one of the...

Up There & Down Here

…He ascended into heaven and is seated at the right hand of the Father… Reflecting on this after Christmas, I have a very simple...

Jesus' Crowded Table + the Pharisee in Me

Today's Readings It’s no secret that Jesus was a friend of the outcast. His life was about radical commitment to people most in need--the...

Everything Comes from Above

Today's Readings Today of all days is my absolute favorite day of the entire year because it was on this day 31 years ago that my baby...

The Importance of Saying, "Thank You"

Today's Readings I remember as a child, there were certain things my parents taught my siblings and I from a young age. The importance of...

Faith that Can Move Mountains

Today's Readings If I just had more faith…. I think most of us have struggled with that at some point in our life. If I just had more...

The Laces of Grace

Today’s Readings Perhaps one of the greatest identifiers of a human being is our free will. We have the ability to choose and it is what...

Though Many, One

Today's Readings Jessica discusses our call to uniting the Body of Christ.

Honesty for the Poor

Today's Readings Throughout high school and college, my friends and I often repeated movie quotes to each other. As I read through...

Kinship with the Earth

A few months ago, as Chicago’s short-lived spring began to give way to the sunshiny freedom of summertime, I had the opportunity to write...

Jesus Didn't

Today’s Readings Hate our fathers and mothers, spouses and children, even our own lives. And take up our crosses. These lines are often...

Cutting Threads in a World of Gray

Today’s Readings The readings today are a mixed bag. At some points the words offer comfort and hope. At others the warn of wailing and...

Too Much

Today's Readings Like most little kids, when I was small, I often parrotted back words and phrases that the adults in my world used...

Be Ready

Today's Readings We may be in the dog days of summer, but my mind is already on Advent when pursuing today’s readings. When I taught...

Of Magdala: Apostle to the Apostles

I have a confession to make. I’m not proud of it, but I can’t help myself. As a feminist Catholic and theater connoisseur, I know it’s...

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