Spitzer Center Blog
In this post we’re looking at John 17, the Priestly Prayer of Christ, which is one of the most profound spiritual documents in the whole Bible.
Never was there a more central text in the entire New Testament than this one, in my opinion. Everything that we need to live by is contained in it.
In John 16, what we see is Jesus is giving us, through John, this sense of what the Spirit does, what the Advocate does. Who’s the Spirit advocating for, anyway?
When we read John 15, we’ve just had that extremely beautiful passage, “To love one another as I have loved you.” But do we know what comes next?
Fr. Spitzer delivered the commencement address for Christendom College’s class of 2019, and was awarded the college’s St. Peter Canisius Award.
As we continue the great Eucharistic discourse from John 6, we see that Jesus is layering his Eucharistic theology with rich metaphors. But what do they really mean?