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Water and the Spirit in John’s Gospel

When Jesus speaks to Nicodemus in the third chapter of John’s Gospel, Christ speaks of being Born from above in Water and the Spirit. What does this mean?

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You May Just be Seeing the Tip of St. John’s ‘Iceberg’

St. John’s Gospel is the deepest. It will immerse you into the Church’s tradition by inviting you ever deeper into the heart of the Sacraments.

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Pentecost: Rush of a Mighty Wind

On Pentecost the Spirit invades creation in a new way.

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In Revelation, Mary Embodies the Church

While it may seem obvious to a Catholic that the Woman in Revelation 12 refers to Mary, there are reasons why some scholars see not Mary, but an image of Israel or the Church.

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He Lifted Up His Hands and He Blessed Them

Today, we celebrate the Solemnity of the Ascension of the Lord. It is the closing scene in the Gospel of Luke and is recovered again in Acts 1. Luke frames the Ascension within broader theme of blessing.

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Preparing for Pentecost with Scripture

The early Christians referred to the Easter Season as the Season of Pentecost, which was crowned on the fiftieth day of Jubilee with the feast day that we call Pentecost Sunday.

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