Peter and the Papacy: In today’s gospel, Jesus takes Peter back to that moment in time when, at a charcoal fire, he denied him three times. But now, before this new charcoal fire, things are very different.
Today, I spoke to Dave about upcoming Holy Week, Easter, and the resurrection of Christ. I asked him if he believed in the resurrection. It’s a dogma of the faith. It gives us great hope for the future. Unfortunately, he shook his head “no.”
Marriage is the lifelong union of one man and one woman. It cannot be redefined. There’s no possibility of reshaping it into something new and essentially different, since marriage is authored by God and woven into the fabric of human life.
Relativism undermines the purpose of the human intellect, which is to seek, find and know the truth, most especially the ultimate Truth: God. Consequently, it is not only an affront to human dignity but also damages individuals and society, working to prevent people from attaining their destiny in eternal communion with God.
The Eucharistic Mystery is a gift that allows us to share in the Divinity of Christ and strengthens us to be His Light in the World.