Reading the sacred Scriptures, you’d think that God’s favorite things to eat and drink are bread, water, wine, fish, and lamb.
What were the disciples looking for Jesus to do for them, when they woke Him up in the storm?
Jesus is the light of the world but let us explore that reality deeper.
A consideration of the appeal Jews would have had to accounts of the messiah walking on water.
In the account of the raising of Lazarus, we not only encounter a type of Christ in the tomb, but we are also given a teaching on Christian friendship.
The story of Jesus’ encounter of the woman at the well, is a narrative about why we should find in Jesus all we need and desire.
Here, Simon Cephas teaches us the difficulty we might have we trying to discern through emotions, rather than through the objective truth.
Today’s Gospel reading at Mass comes from John 2:1-11, and it concerns the Wedding Feast at Cana in Galilee that Mary, Jesus, and His disciples attended. Like all of the Gospel of John this section is jam packed with theological implications and spiritual light.