Today’s faithful are called, like the Magi from the East, to set out on a journey to discover the Christ child, he said.
Faith involves questioning, risks, adoring Jesus, pope says on Epiphany
Be a star! 2021 is your year to shine
The Star of Bethlehem inspires us to be stars, lights for others who might not see the way.
Epiphany: Following the light
Following the light means moving. We cannot stay where and as we are; we must prepare to be changed.
Bishop Kettler: Reflecting on the ‘living Gospel’ under the Christmas tree
I try to imagine what it was like to be there on that night more than 2,000 years ago. What was it like for the shepherds, the Holy Family gathered around the manger and, later, the Magi when they finally arrived at their destination and saw the Blessed Mother and her baby?
What do we know about the Magi?
In reading the Gospel infancy narratives, we must appreciate the faith and piety of the early believers who just wanted to know more about Jesus’ birth.
Who’s really in control?
The world into which Jesus was born was rife with many of the same problems our world faces today. Yet, the readings for the Epiphany of the Lord help us understand that because of Jesus’ birth, there is more light than darkness, more hope than despair.