I hope you enjoy this new weekly blog. I am sure we can get some good discussions going.
Here is a link to this week’s readings. A delightful story from this week involves Pope Francis teasing a nun he has known for years, named Mother Rosangela, in Genoa, Italy. Clearly full of love and friendship, the pope told......28 May, 20172 Comments2 Likes
Here is a link to today’s readings. A papal homily this past week is making news. On Thursday, Pope Francis reminded his audience of an important theological concept known as the development of doctrine. Though the pope did not use......14 May, 20171 Comment1 Like
Here is a link to today’s readings. Surveys have shown that three of the biggest influences on discerning a vocation to the priesthood are family support/encouragement, a priest-mentor, and being asked the simple question, “Have you thought about becoming a......07 May, 20171 Comment0 Likes
Here is a link to this Sunday’s readings. In this third week of Easter, the Church is still celebrating the Resurrection of Christ with jubilation! As St. Augustine proclaimed, “We are Easter people and our song is Alleluia!” Two weeks......30 April, 20171 Comment1 Like
Happy Easter! Here is a link to this Sunday’s readings. Easter is a Eucharistic feast. It is THE Eucharistic feast. The Eucharist has no meaning apart from Easter, and Easter is only understood in the Eucharist. One of the most......16 April, 20177 Comments1 Like
Today is Palm Sunday. Here is a link to the readings. In the beautiful, poetic hymn used by St. Paul in his letter to the Philippians, we read, “Christ Jesus, though he was in the form of God, did not......09 April, 20171 Comment2 Likes