Two priests went walking through downtown Detroit at night agreeing to cooperate with God to bring the good news of Jesus to people in anyway He would see fit...
+Alpha starts soon at the Cathedral of the Most Blessed Sacrament!
God's heart desires that all would come to know Him, and as we pray psalm 67, asking God to let his face shine upon us, the grace is granted for us to become the revelation of God's love to those around us...heaven meets earth and signs and wonders abound.
The image of Peter walking on water is an image of the supernatural life Jesus both calls us to, and empowers us to live. Following the example of Jesus, who said "a son can not do anything on his own, but only what he sees his father doing" (Jn 5:19), we consider how pursuing and receiving the revelation of the Father's will, leads us to live moment to moment, the supernatural life...walking on the water with God.
Having traveled up Mt. Tabor with Jesus, Peter witness the amazing transfiguration of Jesus, the radiant manifestation of the divinity of Christ. He, along with James & John, heard God the Father say, "this is my beloved son, with whom I am well pleased; listen to him." Years later, Peter would write about how being attentive to God's Word (the prophetic message) allows the morning star (Jesus) to rise in our hearts...leading to our continual transformation in Christ.