In the Gospel from yesterday’s Mass (Luke 15:1-3; 11-32), Jesus offers another answer to the so-called “problem of pain”; The Prodigal Son. (more…)


In today’s Gospel from the Mass (John 4:43-54), Jesus demonstrates that He can heal from a distance (more…)


Many of those who deny God point to the “problem of pain.”  In John 9:1-41, Jesus offers the fundamental answer to the faithful to the “problem of pain” (more…)


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. (more…)


In today’s Gospel from the Mass (Luke 15:1-3, 11-32), Jesus teaches with one of the greatest stories of all time: the Prodigal Son.

In this parable, Jesus demonstrates both His powerful ability to teach and Divine Brilliance in the multiple layers of meaning in the parable.

Jimmy Akins offers a great catechesis on the Prodigal Son here.


In John 9:1-41 there is the account of when Jesus heals a man born blind with an ointment that He made by spitting in clay.  Making an ointment out by splitting in clay?  What is up with that? (more…)


In today’s Gospel from the Mass (Luke 18:9-14), Jesus teaches a lesson in humility and obedience that He lives out (more…)


In today’s Gospel from the Mass (Luke 18:9-14), Jesus, The Divine Psychologist, offers a profound lesson in self-honesty and the importance of humility (more…)


In today’s Gospel from the Mass (Luke 18:9-14), Jesus courageously get’s in the face of the powerful Pharisees, exposing their false righteousness (more…)


In the Gospel reading from the Mass for today (Mark 12:28-34), Jesus says something that is both wonderful and frightening (more…)