Today’s Genesis reading surfaces a concept at the center of biblical faith, but often relegated to the periphery of our own faith: the idea of a covenant with God. Our ancestors in the faith (including Jesus) conceived of their relationship with God as a covenant relationship. Unlike many of... more
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Isaiah 43:18-19, 21-22, 24b-25
II Corinthians 1:18-22
We ministers of God’s word would render a great service to our people if, over the door through which they leave church, we’d emblazon the first lines of today’s Deutero-Isaiah oracle. “Thus... more
Do we really understand all the implications of Paul’s I Corinthians statement, “Be imitators of me, as I am of Christ?” Where does our imitation start and where does it end? When Paul speaks about our acting “in persona Christi,” he isn’t supplying a biblical argument for those who would ban... more
Mark hands homilists today’s topic on a silver platter. It jumps out at us as we proclaim the last paragraph of our gospel pericope.
The first evangelist begins his gospel by describing Jesus’ initial days of public ministry. Jesus starts by announcing God’s kingdom is at hand, calls... more