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Reflection for Friday, November 4, 2011: 31st week in Ordinary Time.
(University Ministry, Creighton University., 2011-11-04)
The Parable of the Dishonest Steward intrigues me. As I reflected on it this week, I wondered what it has to say to us in our times. We are frustrated by story after story of dishonest money managers in the banking and ...
Reflection for Thursday, May 17, 2012: 6th week in Easter.
(University Ministry, Creighton University., 2012-05-17)
For many of us, believing in the Lord was something we learned to do as children. But for many others, it happens when someone sees the Lord through us. In the book of Acts, many people came to believe in the Lord when ...
Reflection for Thursday, May 21, 2009: 6th week in Easter.
(University Ministry, Creighton University., 2009-05-21)
How does the Lord reveal himself to us? The Psalmist says the Lord reveals himself through his saving power and wondrous deeds. And he reveals himself to us with kindness and faithfulness. In this season of Easter, we are ...
Reflection for Thursday, May 9, 2013: 6th week in Easter.
(University Ministry, Creighton University., 2013-05-09)
I usually reflect on the particular content of the lessons assigned for the day, but this time I am reflecting on the process of reading the Bible on a daily basis in general. I am drawing my insights from some of the ...
Reflection for Wednesday, January 2, 2008: 2nd week in Christmas.
(University Ministry, Creighton University., 2008-01-02)
It is still Christmas for Christians. We have seen the fulfillment of the prophecies of old in the birth of Christ. The Christmas story leaves us all pretty confident of God's promises right now. But we aren't always so ...
Reflection for Monday, January 2, 2006: 2nd week in Christmas.
(University Ministry, Creighton University., 2006-01-02)
It is still the Christmas season in the church. We are still celebrating the saving power of God in the coming of Christ. The Psalm for today sings the joyful song of praise for all the Lord has done. Yet, despite the fact ...