December 14, 2014

Reflection for the third week of Advent

On behalf of the Catholic Health Association, we are pleased to share the following reflection for the third week of Advent. [More]
December 7, 2014

Reflection for the second week of Advent

On behalf of the Catholic Health Association, we are pleased to share a reflection for the second week of Advent. [More]
November 30, 2014

Reflection for the first week of Advent

On behalf of the Catholic Health Association, we are pleased to share a reflection for the first week of Advent. [More]
April 22, 2014

A prayer of intercession for Earth Day: God in Creation

On behalf of the Catholic Health Association of the United States, we are pleased to share the following prayer of intercession for Earth Day. [More]
April 20, 2014

A reflection for Easter

We are pleased to share this Lenten reflection on behalf of the Catholic Health Association of the United States. [More]
April 17, 2014

An Easter Blessing

A time of hope and joy, the Easter season invites us to rejoice in the many wonderful works that have been done with God’s help in the communities we serve. [More]
April 13, 2014

A reflection for Palm Sunday

A Collision of Themes: The great triumphant procession of palms as well as the betrayed allegiances of the human heart are both woven into the Passion and the death of Jesus. [More]
April 7, 2014

A reflection for the fifth week of Lent

Recognizing Ourselves: The moment we recognize our inadequacy, our sin, our smallness before the greatness of the transcendent God, we are capable of truly being called out of ourselves. When God is heard to say, “Whom shall I send, and who will go for us?” Isaiah responds, “Here am I; send me!” He is empowered, not paralyzed. [More]
March 31, 2014

A reflection for the fourth week of Lent

Love is the chameleon that hides in the hue of everything and disappears into any context available. But not so fast. This love isn’t just anything. It involves heart and will, soul and life, mind and strength. It requires a covenantal fidelity. It makes demands. Love is not mere ardor; it is arduous. [More]
March 24, 2014

A reflection for the third week of Lent

Love. What verb does more work? What noun is more invoked? That’s the problem. The word “love” means too much and too little.
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