The trick to breaking stones is not to obsess about the trees or the fruit, but to lean in to being the person that God created you to be. We can't hope to breathe life into the lifeless by trying to control God's work. We have to trust in the way God created us
Welcome to Tabard Inn, a podcast about the stories we tell and the events we discuss while on pilgrimage as Queer Catholics!
Today’s Gospel instills a bit of fear in as we hear about a story of people going about their daily lives: Two men will be out in the field; one will be taken and one will be left.
Pat Gothman and Patrick Weston will be attending Q Christian Fellowship Conference in January of 2020 in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.
Sometimes I wonder how much Jesus understood his own divinity. How could a person fully grasp that, just growing up a normal carpenter, no matter how holy?
I held the rosary beads in my hands. The cheap, glow-in-the-dark plastic and old yellowed string dipped between knuckles and rolled against my fingers. It was nothing fancy.
Jesus draws his own conclusion by making a decisive statement for our faith: “God is not a God of the dead, but of the living; for to him all are alive”. God is an inexhaustible source of life, love and mercy.