When the Church cannot meet as it is in the habit of doing, when we resort to prerecorded messages and electronic means of staying connected, when the very house of worship built by the faithful is emptied out, it causes us to think beyond the effects of a virus and the desire to protect the vulnerable.
I have to tell you, our Gospel lesson today is a tough text. I don’t know how many […]
By Joel A. Hess – Surely since Plato’s republic—no, further back—since the builders of the tower of Babel, […]
By Paul Koch – In ancient Roman mythology, Iustitia was the goddess of Justice. Introduced by Emperor Augustus, […]
By Jaime Nava – We should fear, love, and trust in God above all things. This is Luther’s […]
By Graham Glover – I turned 41 last week and, for reasons I can’t explain, I think I’m […]
By Cindy Koch – Every good mom wants to teach her child manners. We try hard to model […]
By Paul Koch – Mark 9:14-29 finds our Lord along with Peter, James, and John being reunited with […]