Easter Sunday 2022

  He saw and believed…   Mary of Magdala came to the tomb early in the morning, while it was still dark, and saw the stone removed from the entrance. She ran to Simon Peter and to the other disciple whom Jesus loved, and told them: “They have taken the Lord from the tomb and… Read more »

Baptism of the Lord 2022

“You are my beloved Son” Luke 3:15-16.21-22 John says: “Do you want to know the face and heart of God? Then listen to the words of Jesus and consider what he did for you.” But how does Jesus communicate God? By standing in line with sinners, by being baptized like them, that is, by descending… Read more »

Epiphany 2022

Moving toward new horizons Matthew 2:1-12 Human beings are not completed works but perfectible ones–we are works in progress. Thus it is necessary to move ahead so as to discover new horizons, refusing to be satisfied with pre-established truths, sterile dogmatic definitions, and starchy catechisms. The Jewish tradition says: “Nothing is written once and for… Read more »

Mary, Mother of God 2022

Mother of the bewildered Lk. 2:16-21 Virgin Mother, daughter of your Son, in whom your Creator did not disdain to become your creature” (Dante). Mary is the mother of those who find it hard to understand what is happening. With the serenity of a person permeated by love, she became her Son’s disciple. We know… Read more »