I believed in the Eucharist for a long time. It took me longer to understand what is required of us when we really do believe.
Here is a collection of resources that will help us better understand and articulate that Big Mystery!
Today’s Gospel reading was a pretty timely one. It’s also one that I used to struggle with, but now it’s one of my favorite stories. (Oh, who am I kidding? I still struggle with it–but that doesn’t make it any less compelling.) “As he was setting out on a journey, a man ran up, knelt…
My journey getting to know and appreciate Our Lady of Guadalupe.
For a successful expat experience, I recommend some takeaways from the Easter story.
Stuck for clarity? It might not be as elusive as we think!
With the very real threat of climate change (and it’s terrifying consequences) and authoritarian regimes springing up all over the world, it’s hard to find hope these days. That’s why the readings for the last week of the liturgical year and the first week of Advent are so very timely!
Reflection on Matthew 25: 1-15.
“Celebrations like Día de los Muertos are gaining popularity in the U.S. because the spiritual awareness gives integrity to the festivities that have been denuded of spiritual meaning. The only way to keep the integrity of the holiday is to retain its primary purpose: the unification of the communion of saints and a cheeky nod to death.” -Meghan…
Sometimes I daydream about going to grad school. But for most of the programs that I’d like to go to school for, it would be useful to have a bachelor’s degree in the program. History, music, theology . . . these are the subjects I keep going back to. In all three areas, I’ve been…