by The Face of Grace Project | Mar 29, 2022 | Across the Ages
In tomorrow’s Gospel, God wants us to hear Jesus’ response to the Pharisees. Several times Jesus repeats ‘truly, truly’ which means LISTEN! What message does Jesus want me to hear?
That He is God’s only begotten Son and does nothing without the Father. He does God’s will. It is the Father showing the Son what He wants for us: healing, relief, love. New life.
by The Face of Grace Project | Jan 9, 2022 | Across the Ages
By our Baptism we have ‘the principal role’ and duty, on behalf of all of creation, to assist each other in living holier lives. Through this “a more human manner of living is promoted in this earthly society”. Baptism matters.
by The Face of Grace Project | Nov 21, 2021 | Across the Ages
God is working in so many people’s lives right now. He has a special affection for those suffering, like what a parent feels when their child cries those huge alligator tears. It comes from a special space in His heart. And we all have a little of that in our hearts too, made in His image. What if we were to embrace that rather than suppress or avoid it?
by The Face of Grace Project | Nov 7, 2021 | Across the Ages
We must first recognize saintliness to be one. The work of salvation is merely a disposition of heart. No one is perfected in isolation of the other; we are perfected together. Saints in our midst.
by The Face of Grace Project | Oct 30, 2021 | Across the Ages
This triduum kicks off a month of recalling our loved ones who have gone before us. It is a time of remembering and of healing. At the surface, we sorrow for our loss of their presence in our lives. Underneath, we sorrow for all the important conversations that didn’t take place when they were with us, but needed to…
by The Face of Grace Project | Sep 29, 2021 | Across the Ages
At first glance, it may seem odd to look at the scripture of the woman at the well in conjunction with celebrating our angels. But combined with a homily from St. John Chrysostom, and the help of our Guardian angel, we too can accept the transforming love of God.