Luke 10: Jesus frees us from fear and control, for a life of neighborly love.
Luke 10:1-20: Christ authorizes us to be agents of his peace and hospitality.
Galatians 5: In a world in bondage to consumption, Christ frees us for communion with God and others.
Galatians 3:23-29: Christ undermines all oppressive identity markers and re-scripts our lives.
John 16:12-15 - We live in a Trinitarian Universe.
Acts 1:1-11 - Ascension means Jesus has made a way for New Creation to spill into our material lives.
Acts 16:9-24: God works outside the city gates.
Acts 11: Christ transgresses barriers and creates bridges into life with God and others.
Acts 9:32-43: Christ’s resurrection life unfolds within our common life, making it holy.
Acts 9:1-19: Christ’s resurrection life is disrupts the old order and makes way for new life.
During the anxiety producing in-between times, Jesus is present.
Luke 24: Christ is risen! That means our lives are marked by Christ’s death and resurrection. Our fear can be converted into resurrection wonder.
John 12: When Jesus stoops to wash his disciples feet, he reveals God’s cross-shaped love.
Luke 19: Letting out our Hosanna! And weeping with Jesus.
Philippians 3:4-14: Jesus saves the world through downward mobility.
Luke 15: Repentance is turning toward God’s Love and Life
Isaiah 55:1-13: God is bringing forth new life from the earth.
What do St. Patrick and St. Romero teach us about Lent?
Luke 4:1-12. Jesus refused the bait, and we can too.
“Jesus meets us in the dust.”