(Fr. Cyprian) This is the most amazing line: He opened their minds to understand the Scriptures. We hear in two stories in a row in the Gospel of Luke (Lk 24:13-48) at Mass, the disciples on the road to Emmaus
Bro. Ignatius, Fr. Cyprian and Fr. Isaiah head for lunch after beautiful the Spirit-filled liturgies of Easter.
(Fr. Cyprian) There’s a story I heard recently about a monastery in North Africa. A young tribal man used to come around the community often trying to figure out what these robed men were doing all day. Gradually he started
(Fr. Cyprian) What I have always loved about being a part of a sacramental tradition such as Catholicism is the belief we have that God can and does work through tangible objects, that matter––material things––reveal God’s face in some way.