I am Rev. James F. Kauffmann, of the Diocese of Richmond, Virginia. In this space, I will share articles, reflections, weblinks, and resources of current interest, that I hope will cultivate our shared faith journey.
Let us seek to grow together in knowledge and understanding of that great truth revealed through Saint Paul of Tarsus, that “there is one God; there is also one mediator between God and humankind, Christ Jesus, Himself human, Who gave Himself as a ransom for all.” (1 Tim. 2:5). Within the treasures of the Catholic Church, may we indeed pursue, in the words of the great Benedictine, Saint Anselm, faith seeking understanding.
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About the Header Image
The image was taken at the Easter Vigil, outside the church, during The Solemn Beginning of the Vigil or Lucernarium. A new fire is lit in the night and blessed.