Voices
Michael R. Simone, S.J., is an assistant professor of Scripture at Boston College School of Theology and Ministry.
Faith The Word
Michael SimoneJuly 13, 2018
The task of redemption is Christ’s, not ours. His grace will fulfill the work.
Faith The Word
Michael SimoneJuly 13, 2018
The crowd confused the symbol with the reality
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Michael SimoneJune 29, 2018
The feeling Jesus experiences is similar to that of a mother responding to an infant’s hunger or to her child’s cry.
Faith The Word
Michael SimoneJune 29, 2018
We recognize unclean spirits today not through the illnesses they cause, but through the minds they enrapture.
Faith The Word
Michael SimoneJune 15, 2018
We need to act on Jesus’ liberating word if we are to experience our freedom
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Michael SimoneJune 15, 2018
God never intended the world to be a place of anxiety
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Michael SimoneJune 01, 2018
The kingdom contains as much mystery as a tiny seed, and its growth is as inexorable as kudzu.
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Michael SimoneJune 01, 2018
Those places that might seem to hold no promise may in fact contain the grace that can turn the hearts of many to Christ.
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Michael SimoneMay 18, 2018
Loved by God in spite of our sins, we share the cup the disciples drank.
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Michael SimoneMay 18, 2018
Christ is stronger than our greatest fears and stronger than anything that holds us bound.