Sharing a reflection on the correct version of a famous quote by Blaise Pascal about the God-shaped hole within us all.
Reflections on "Stranger," a poem by Thomas Merton.
In a world that can sometimes be lacking in mystery and majesty, the kingdom of God described in the parables of Jesus offers us both.
A recent article lifted up the health benefits of experiencing awe in life, but what does awe look like without God?
What did Rahner mean when he wrote that the Christian of the future will either be a "mystic" or will cease to be anything at all? Here is a reflection on these well-known words.
A reflection on Evelyn Underhill's caution regarding "Practical Christianity."
Jesus came to bind the strong man, Satan, so that we would be free to live out Jesus' mission. Here is my sermon on Mark 3:20-35.
A sonnet inspired by the words of the great teacher, Qoheleth, in the Book of Ecclesiastes.
A reflection on why Augustine's most well-known statement is one of my favorite quotes, and what it has taught me about myself and God.
This is another in my series exploring Scripture's most compelling questions, in this case the first question asked by Jesus in the Gospel of John.