Feast Days, Reflections, Saints

Eight Days of Doubt: Feast of St. Thomas the Apostle

This is a reflection delivered after mass on the Feast of St. Thomas the Apostle. Thomas often gets a bad rap for doubting… but have you ever noticed that he STAYED with the other Apostles a full week after they started raving over something he totally didn’t believe? This is impressive to me, and it teaches us that doubt doesn’t have to make us leave the Church. In fact, his willingness to stay with the apostles gave Thomas the chance to have his doubts finally set aside by the Risen Lord coming face to face with him. If Thomas had given up and peaced out, he wouldn’t have been there eight days later to cry out in awe: “My Lord and my God!”

About Anthony Ferguson

Anthony Ferguson is a transitional deacon preparing for the priesthood of Jesus Christ for the Catholic Diocese of Richmond. He is currently in Fourth Theology at Theological College in Washington DC.
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