This Is Christianity

I love these words from Archbishop DiNoia’s Easter Vigil homily last week: “We see that no one has ever desired anything more than God desires to share the communion of His trinitarian love for us.”

What more do we need to know?

Obviously, there is much more, catechetically, much more of the depth of that love to be revealed to us in prayer and with others in service and self-giving. But, once we encounter that reality, once we go to Him, how can we ever think to do anything other than live in His love, contemplate this reality in union with the Trinity, and discern His will?

The Precious Gift of Each Child
Twenty Easter Things that Caught My Eye Today (2015)
The Human Family, an Icon of God
Why Alleluia?