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An angry Jesus shows the way to peace

Ricardo Martinez, a seminarian at St. Charles Borromeo Seminary, shares with Inside CatholicPhilly.com how Christ modeled a holy havoc that cleansed the Temple, while pointing the way to righteousness and eternal life.

From disability to gift, in classroom and community

Students in special education are gradually gaining recognition for their contributions, both in the classroom and in the community, as Dr. Danielle Heeney shares with Inside CatholicPhilly.com.

The Second Sunday of Lent: God sent his Son

Catholic author and speaker Gary Zimak looks at this Sunday's readings for Mass as he discusses the familiar but sometimes overlooked message of how much God loved the world. 

Stunned into silence, where God whispers love

Phong Le, a seminarian at St. Charles Borromeo Seminary, shares with Inside CatholicPhilly.com how the Transfiguration invites us to be still, and to create space for the Lord and others.

The First Sunday of Lent: Let’s Go!

Catholic author and speaker Gary Zimak looks at this Sunday's readings for Mass. The first recorded words of Jesus in Mark's Gospel sum up what we're called to do for the next 40 days: Repent and believe in the Good News.

Christ is our hope in hard times, hard places

Anthony Albanese, a seminarian at St. Charles Borromeo Seminary in Wynnewood, shares with Inside CatholicPhilly.com how Jesus is with us in our struggles, and how the kingdom of God is already here -- and still to come.

How God speaks to us

Catholic author and speaker Gary Zimak reflects on this Sunday's readings for Mass. He shows how you can not only discover that God speaks to you, but how to listen for his voice.

Come to the water!

Catholic author and speaker Gary Zimak reflects on the Mass readings for the feast of the Baptism of the Lord. There may be challenges in life, but the sacrament of baptism gives us what we need to proceed.

The Word became flesh

Catholic author and speaker Gary Zimak reflects on the readings for the Mass on the Fourth Sunday of Advent, in which he urges us to get ready -- the Savior is coming!

Last-minute Advent can still prepare you for Christmas

After a year like 2020, it's tempting to fast forward to Dec. 25. But the final moments of Advent offer new chances to prepare for the Lord's coming, as faithful share with Inside CatholicPhilly.com producer Gina Christian.