Moses, Jesus, and Hebrews Chapter Three

In chapter three of the letter to the Hebrews the inspired author tells the readers that Jesus is superior to Moses.  This is significant in many respects, and the writer does this to remind them of their new faith and responsibility to the gospel.  Moses And The Old Covenant In doing this the writer uses... Continue Reading →

Array Of Hope Is Adapting To Evangelize

I recently had the pleasure of having the producer and executive director of Array of Hope, Mario Costabile on the program. Array of hope does catholic events such as concerts and retreats that are geared towards teens and their families. Events are also offered for parishes and dioceses. We discuss how the Pandemic has changed... Continue Reading →

Jesus And A New Life

Every Sunday in the creed we declare that Jesus is our Lord, but what does that mean?  What implications does that have on our lives?  In the Gospels Jesus tells us to love our neighbor (Mark 12:31), love God (Matthew 22:37), and show mercy (John 8:11). How do his words correlate to his deeds, and... Continue Reading →

Apollinaris And The Natures Of Christ

Apollinaris is a figure in the early church that certainly has his share of controversy.  At the young age of twenty, he was excommunicated for singing a hymn to the Greek god Dionysius. He eventually would come back to Christianity and confessed the newly formed Nicean creed under the tutelage of Basil of Caesarea.  In... Continue Reading →

Glimmers Of Grace: A Review

One of the things that I enjoy doing is reviewing books for other writers. It is my act of solidarity with them and an appreciation for the extreme effort they put into their work. A few weeks ago I was offered the chance to review a new book. The book is titled Glimmers of Grace:... Continue Reading →

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