Nicodemus enters his Un-comfort Zone.

The passages from John’s Gospel (John 3:1-21) read in the Mass during the past several days offer a magnificent display of Jesus Christ’s powerful use of language and psychology in the conversion of Nicodemus. ┬áJesus, the Divine Rabbi, pushes poor Nicodemus into his “Un-Comfort Zone”.

The Elder Son Syndrome. Do you have it?

In today’s Gospel from the Mass (Luke 15:1-3; 11-32), the Prodigal Son, Jesus, The Divine Psychologist demonstrates His great insight into human nature; The Elder Son Syndrome.

Matching wits with Jesus is like…

In the Gospel reading from the Mass for today (Luke 11:14-23), Jesus demonstrates His powerful intellect by demolishing the faulty logic of those who sought to accuse Him of being the devil

Father Barron on the Prodigal Son

Father Robert Barron offers a powerful reflection on the parable of the Prodigal Son from the Gospel from the Mass from the second Saturday in Lent (Luke 15:1-3, 11-32).