John Foley, SJ
Jesus wanted to preach his mission. But his own townspeople rejected him.
On Becoming Post-Liberal
Thoreau once suggested that we live lives of “quiet desperation.” That may have been more true of his generation, but it’s less true today.
It is undeniably easier to stay at home in the midst of what is small and familiar than to hazard the perils that come with answering a great call.
Elisha gets the picture, leaves his former ways and trustingly follows the call.
Sweat and Toil
Do we follow a Christ of our own making, one that confirms us in our present lifestyle?
Were the people whom God called to be prophets highly educated or socially elite? If not, what are God’s prerequisites for prophets?
Lord of the Revels
afraid to believe in dreams
it is a winter