I was going to skip New Year’s Resolutions and Words of the Year. But one word keeps chasing me–disclipine.
Often, I assume that hard times in life are there to build character. Often, I forget that like the leper in Mark 1, Jesus wants us healed.
Whatever our personal opinion on the Migrant Caravan may be, if we call ourselves Christian, we have one response. Love.
Jesus said we should love our neighbors. But how many of us even know our neighbors?
A Reflection on the Rich Young Man in Mark 10:17-27
The Day of the Dead gives some people the willies. But it really shouldn’t.
I found out that The Feast of Our Lady of Refuge is July 4th. Just like the “feast day” for the Statue of Liberty. Coincidence?
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…