Many Catholics doubt that the bread and wine actually become the Body and Blood of Christ. God understands our struggle and has given us little miracles through the centuries to help us with our unbelief. Join Father Ed as he relates a few of these stories and draws from them what God is trying to tell us.
Jesus promises that he will prepare a home for us. This expression that comes from the ancient Jewish wedding ceremony tells us of Christ's intense love for us. Join Father Ed as he opens a deeper understanding of what Christ is speaking of in this passage.
As the two disciples travelled to Emmaus on that first Easter Sunday, they were confused and despondent. But Christ in disguise instructed them in the meaning of the Scriptures beginning with Moses. Then they recognized him in the breaking of the bread. Join Father Ed as he looks at the Genesis account of the Garden of Eden and discusses how the Emmaus story is the Eden story in reverse.
Easter Sunday in the Covid-19 pandemic. The church is empty save a small crew live streaming mass. The faithful are gathered in their homes, not unlike the first Easter when the disciples were hiding for fear of their lives. But Jesus went to them and said, "Shalom. Peace be with you." Join Father Ed as he reflects on this unique Easter celebration from Christ's perspective. It's all about you.