When people hear the word “pilgrimage,” many think of far-off destinations, such as Lourdes, Fatima, or Santiago de Compostela. Today, in the digital era, we have the opportunity to make a pilgrimage without ever leaving our hometown. In fact, the U.S. Bishops are asking Catholics to consider making a digital pilgrimage with the intention of… Read More Bishops Invite All Catholics to Make a Digital Pilgrimage for Life
Nineteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time Reading 1 1 Kgs 19:9a, 11-13a Responsorial Psalm Ps 85:9, 10, 11-12, 13-14 Reading 2 Rom 9:1-5 Gospel Mt 14:22-33 Sometimes the Lord seems distant when problems and adversity comes your way. Just like the disciples found themselves in peril on an angry sea. Although they were experienced fisherman, they feared… Read More Sunday Meditation – August 10, 2014 – Stay in the Boat
People today, constantly on the go, are not easily convinced that they need some quiet time to have a look at themselves and ask hard questions , such as : Am I consistent with my past? Have I changed values? Do I love God and all his people? Do I act on it?… Read More Sunday Meditation – June 1, 2014 – Quiet Time and Hard Questions
How often do we encounter circumstances in our lives that challenge our humanness? In most cases, to the point of, as the old adage goes, ‘fight or flight”.
We have all been here. What have you done? Did you fight for what you perceived to be right? Did you try to run away from the challenge?… Read More Sunday Meditation – April 13, 2014 – Fight, Flight, or God’s Will?
An eight year old boy with cerebral palsy is embraced by the Holy Father Pope Francis. This video from CBS News is worth a view. Related posts:To Honor God above all elseHabemus Papam Franciscum!A Marriage Homily