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Sunday Gospel Reflections: A Grain of Wheat

wheat-fieldToday’s Gospel reading gives some of my favorite Christ imagery—Jesus as a grain of wheat. As Catholics we understand Christ’s continual bread allusions as pointing toward the Eucharist, toward the Bread of Life we consume at every Mass. This Gospel is also a reminder of the reality of the sacrificial nature of Mass, where we are at the foot of Jesus’ cross. Continue reading

Lenten Resolutions: “Do Not Be Afraid.”

Lent started Wednesday of this week, and I’m excited to share my Lenten resolutions, The first one is to get well and take the history exam I missed Thursday. I’m also working out law school issues, but beyond the very obvious school hopes, I have a few more things in mind.  Continue reading