On one occasion, in Caesarea Philippi, Jesus asked His disciples: “Who do men say that the Son of Man is?” (Mt 16:13). Some thought John the Baptist; others Elijah, Jeremiah or one of the prophets. However, Simon Peter, without hesitation and in the name of all, declared: “You are the Christ, the Son of the living […]
If we wish to go to Heaven, there is only one worthy garment with which to appear before the Divine Judge. What is it and how do we acquire it?
Justice is one of the divine attributes most often mentioned in Sacred Scripture. It is already evident in the first sin of Adam and Eve, through the maximum penalty applied by the Creator: the loss of grace and Paradise. Clemency was millennia in coming, but the reward was worth the wait: the Son of God himself would be offered as ransom. To atone for the fault, Christ became like us in all things except sin (cf. Heb 4:15). He who
What must have been the supernatural ambience that enveloped the most important event in history? Let us raise our hearts beyond the human circumstances and consider the sublimity of the Nativity of the Infant God!