Father Ronald Rolheiser, a member of the Missionary Oblates of Mary Immaculate, is president of the Oblate School of Theology in San Antonio, Texas.
Part of Jesus’ mission, as our liturgy puts it, was “to become sin for us”, to risk having his innocence mixed in with guilt and be perceived as sin so as to help carry darkness and sin for others.
What are our retirement years meant for, spiritually?
Every time you go to a Eucharist, stand by an altar and receive Communion, bring your helplessness and paralysis to God.
They exhibit what might aptly be called a bipolar character about faith, church, family, sexual ethos and many other things that are important to them
Knowing and accepting our finitude can help quell a lot of frustration, restlessness and false guilt in our lives “What most moves your heart?” I was […]