What Jesus prayed for on the night of the Last Supper was not simply the mending of cracks in the human mirror meant to reflect the God who is One in love.
St. Patrick offers me his own breastplate, but it is not the one of my fearful longing.
By inference we are asking to have hearts in tandem with that of Mary, to ponder the words of Jesus as she did.
In this Christmas season like no other, even now, O God, your name is worthy to be praised.
This is the season for listening quietly to God’s Word. It is also the busiest season of the year. What to do?