The Bible is clear that working for the collective good is God’s will for human society
Jesus’ challenge to the pharisees critique of his ministry from this week’s gospel
We’re looking for the good news in the story of Isaac’s near sacrifice
David and Charlette discuss Jesus’ final instructions to his disciples as they go out on their first mission and the rewards they might expect to receive, their implications for our spiritual lives, and what conversations at home will be like based on this gospel theme.
The Lord’s justice will be done; we can be ready and welcome it or we can stand against it; but it will come nonetheless.
special guest Maya Little-Saña, discuss Jesus’ promise from this week’s gospel reading that the pathway to peace will be paved with uncomfortable conversations and tensions in our closest relationships
Jesus sent out his disciples for a “trial run” in doing ministry; what can learn from their example to guide us in being agents of Christ’s love in the world?
Special guest, the Rev. Mary Lynn Coulson, joins to discuss Jesus’ instructions to his disciples when sending them out on their first mission from this week’s gospel reading
We respond to David Dark’s article, “We Are Living In An apocalypse” in America Magazine (the Jesuit Review)
Our conversation about the Great Commission wanders far and near