Articles on this issue "lectio divina"
It is not enough to cry, one must also fight In listening to the bloody Passion of Christ, a warrior pronounced what is one of the strongest sentences that have ever come out of a Christian …read more
Love forgives Once more we listen to a Gospel of mercy. Last Sunday we have contemplated the embrace of the merciful Father who with his love hugs and rehabilitates the prodigal son, who had …read more
The sheep rescued, the drachma found, the son pardoned, always. Today’s Roman liturgy tells about the parable of the prodigal son and the merciful Father. In the Gospel of Luke this parable …read more
1) The way of the Cross is part of the way of light. Cross and mission. In our journey towards Easter the Roman liturgy of the Second Sunday of Lent brings us to climb Mount Tabor where …read more
Here is a translation of the address Benedict XVI gave last Friday, when he visited Rome's major seminary on the occasion of Saturday's feast of Our Lady of Confidence, patron of the …read more
In time for this year’s liturgical cycle, Cardinal George Pell, archbishop of Sydney, published a book with reflections on the Sunday readings taken from Saint Luke. With some additional …read more
Today's readings speak about three people who had a true encounter from which their vocation surfaced. Because of this encounter with God, Isaiah offered to become His prophet, Saint Paul …read more