The First School of Love

If there is one thing that the seasons of Lent and Easter bring into focus, it’s the struggle between good and evil. At its heart, the Easter story is an epic battle of Perfect Love (Jesus Christ) facing down and conquering evil.  It’s not just an historic struggle – it goes on most days in […]

The First School of Love

If there is one thing that the seasons of Lent and Easter bring into focus, it’s the struggle between good and evil. At its heart, the Easter story is an epic battle of Perfect Love (Jesus Christ) facing down and conquering evil.  It’s not just an historic struggle – it goes on most days in […]

9th May, 2021

Homily for the 6th Sunday of Easter All of today’s readings encourage us not only to strain our ears to hear this most important Word that was spoken to us during this liturgy, but above all to open our hearts to truly accept this Word, to proclaim it, and – most importantly – to implement […]

25th October, 2020

Homily for 30th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Year A Very often, when we make the most important decisions in our life, we first look for criteria that help us take the right steps. For some people, this criterion is freedom or independence, for others self-satisfaction or security. In today’s Gospel Jesus draws our attention to […]

The Nature of Love

We all ‘know’ what love is – it’s that feeling of affection and attachment we experience for another person.  But is love just a feeling? Or is there more to it?  Every person experiences love in a unique way. Some gestures of love will more powerfully communicate love to you than others.  For example, some people […]