The Transfiguration is a way of life that is available to all Catholics! Like all feasts about Jesus, it tells us something about him and something about us. Do you want to know what God is revealing to you about yourself through the light of the Transfiguration? Listen as Richaél Lucero sheds light on this burning question.
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Declarations to pray over yourself
In the name of Jesus, I declare and decree:
- Jesus is the light of the world and I follow him.
- I will follow Jesus, and I will not walk in darkness.
- I seek and accept Christ’s nearness, therefore, the Transfiguration is a way of life available to me.
- Through theosis I grow brighter and brighter into God’s image.
Scripture explaining theosis 2 Corinthians 3:18
being transformed into the same image from glory to glory.2 Cor. 3:18 RSV
…grow brighter and brighter into His image.2 Cor. 3:18 TPT
Old Testament Scriptures about light and God’s Glory
…his brightness was like the light, rays flashed from his hand…Hebrews 3:3ff
Light, is the mantle with which God covers himself…Psalm 104:2
wisdom is an outpouring of his glory, it is “a reflection of eternal light”Wisdom 7:27&29
Jesus as the light
I am the light of the world, he who follows me will not walk in darkness, but will have the light of life.John 8:12
The Transfiguration is not simply an event out of the two-thousand-year old past, or a future yet to come. It is rather a reality of the present, a way of life available to those who seek and accept Christ’s nearness.Archbishop Joseph Raya
2009 Angelus Address on the Feast of the Transfiguration
Today, the liturgy invites us to focus our gaze on this mystery of light.
The Transfiguration invites us to open the eyes of our hearts to the mystery of God’s light
Light is a sign that reveals something of God: it is, as it were, a reflection of his glory.
…God’s light …illumines definitively human life and the course of history.Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI
1999 Homily on the Feast of the Transfiguration
We, pilgrims on earth, are granted to rejoice in the company of the transfigured Lord when we immerse ourselves in the things of above through prayer and the celebration of the divine mysteries. But, like the disciples, we too must descend from Tabor into daily life where human events challenge our faith. On the mountain we saw; on the paths of life we are asked tirelessly to proclaim the Gospel which illuminates the steps of believers.St. Pope John Paul II
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