What does it mean for God to be ‘with’ us? What can we learn from the many instances of this phrase in the Bible, and how should its meaning manifest itself in our daily lives?
Tue 2 Jun (Mark 12: 13-17): That we should give to Caesar what is Caesar's and to God what is God's is one of the best known and yet perhaps one of the least understood of Jesus's sayings.
Our weekday gospels are being taken from the Sermon on the Mount. Jack Mahoney SJ explores the significance of this famous discourse and its place in the moral teaching of Jesus.
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