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A Jesuit priest, I am originaly from Napoli. I am now living in Rome and teaching philosophy at the Gregorian University.

suffering
Faith & Life

How Our Suffering Can Help Others

“Your words were found, and I ate them, and your words became to me a joy.” – Jeremiah 15:16 What…

seeking
Gospels

The One Question We Need to Ask Ourselves to Find What We’re Looking For

“You were within, and I was outside. And there I sought after you.” – Augustine When he was a young…

catholic Gospel reflection hunger for Jesus
Faith & Life

When You Can’t See Past Your Own Hunger, It’s Hard To See Jesus

Meditation for the 17th Sunday of Ordinary Time July 29th, 2018   “They say that one who is satiated cannot…

choice
Gospels

Everything Is Going As Unplanned! What To Do When Choice Means Disappointing Someone | Gospel Reflection

Meditation for the 16th Sunday of Ordinary Time July 22nd, 2018 “Life is always a triumph of the improbable and…

catholic journey Gospel Reflection July 2018
Gospels

6 Things To Know About The Journey Of Life | Gospel Reflection

Meditation for the 15th Sunday of Ordinary Time   Life is a great journey that constantly calls us to leave…

Jesus catholic Why didn't people listen
Evangelization

Why Couldn’t They Hear Jesus? The Answer May Surprise You | Gospel Reflection

When my mother notices that I’m trying to hide something from her or that I’m trying, good-naturedly, to tease her,…

What to do when you can't carry on
Gospels

What To Do When You Don’t Have The Strength To Go On I Catholic Bible Study

Gospel Reflection for Mark (5:21-43)  When Jesus had crossed again in the boat to the other side, a large crowd gathered around him,…

silence
Desire for Infinity

How God Still Fulfills His Promises To Us Even When We Feel Useless and Hopeless

Meditation for the Solemnity of the birth of Saint John the Baptist, June 24th, 2018 Our lives are made of broken…

waiting
Faith & Life

When Life Requires Us to Wait Patiently for the Unknown

Meditation for the 11th Sunday of Ordinary Time June 17th, 2018 “Living is the infinite patience of always starting over.” Ermines…

fragile
Faith & Life

To Hide or to Share our Souls: What to do When Fragility Challenges Us

“The dilemma of fragility: to hide or to bear your soul.” Meditation for the 10th Sunday of Ordinary Time, June 10th,…

CorpusChristi
Catholic Faith

God Lets Himself Be Eaten! What the Feast of Corpus Christi Really Means

Meditation for the Solemnity of the Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ ~ June 3rd, 2018 “These things, brothers and…

Catholic Bible Study
Desire for Infinity

Do You Find It Hard To Embrace Imperfection? | Catholic Bible Study

A Catholic Bible Study on the Holy Gospel according to Matthew 28:16-20 The eleven disciples went to Galilee, to the mountain…