No Time Like Today for an Epiphany!

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As Pope Francis announces his own journey to the Holy Land, we are invited daily to meet Christ in the Eucharist. Magnificat has Pope Benedict reflecting on the Epiphany (from his homily just last year): Human beings have an innate restlessness for God, but this restlessness is a participation in God’s own restlessness for us…. [Read More...]

Incarnational Desire: Wise men still follow the light

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Our hearts are restless. Can it be denied? It’s the reason we look every which way for satisfaction. It’s the reason we’re always aching for something more. It’s dramatic, it’s painful, and it can be the greatest joy there is. And it’s not a one-way street. “Not only are we restless for God: God’s heart [Read More...]

The Magi, the Saints, and Us

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On the Feast of the Epiphany, a Catholic priest in New York, Fr. George W. Rutler writes: In “The Journey of the Magi,” T. S. Eliot portrays them as utterly changed by what they saw and more than uncomfortable with their homeland — present-day Iran — when they went back: We returned to our places, [Read More...]


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