Category Archives: Second Sorrowful Mystery

The depth of Christ’s obedience

The Passion narrative in the Gospel of John emphasizes the power of Christ. He is in charge the entire time. How much do we let this idea and its implications penetrate us? Do we, for instance, believe that Christ could … Continue reading

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What if Jesus had recanted?

It is interesting that Pontius Pilate of all people gets immortalized in both the Apostles Creed and the Nicene Creed. Jesus knew his life was on the line. If there was a time to preserve it, this was that time. He … Continue reading

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