Study of the ReadingsEd. by Joyce Ann Zimmerman,
• Words, Phrases
• To the point • First Two Readings
From Experience to Doctrine
When we read “peace” in Paul we should think shalom, which means not simply the absence of strife or guilt but the fullness of shared covenant life in relationship with the Creator.
John Kavanaugh, SJ
In the Beginning Was Relationship
We are madly in love with individual choice. We decree what is right and wrong; we mouth litanies of our precious individuality.
John J. Pilch
Spirit of Truth
When human efforts to arrive at the truth are continually thwarted by secrecy, lying, and deception, one can only hope for help from another source.
Hilary of Poitiers
The Spirit abides by no rules; he speaks what he pleases, where he pleases, and when he pleases.
Reginald H. Fuller
God's name, whose wonder is proclaimed, is, in Christian understanding, a threefold name.