We are living in dark, perilous times – no darker and no more perilous than the times preceding today’s society. However, as our society seems to descend into moral relativism, eschewing the notion in natural truth and law, many of us holding on to the … Continue readingContemplating Eternity: The Encouragement of Our Lady of Fatima
It happens to me every time I attend a funeral, especially a Catholic funeral Mass. I cry, I mourn and I thank God for the Catholic Church. A Requiem Mass is not just a ceremony but a prayer filled, beautiful sending home. While the loss … Continue readingLife Goals
I once went to Confession years ago, and as I divulged my many transgressions, I still felt helpless. Typically, I am at peace and have a sense of relief after having let out all that baggage and a cathartic sensation overtakes me, but not this … Continue readingPatience, please.
Lectio divina is a beautiful way of encountering Jesus in Scripture and is an ancient tradition of the Church. To learn more about it, there is a brief description HERE including citations for further resources. This coming Sunday is the Twenty-third Sunday in Ordinary time. … Continue readingLectio Divina: Twenty-third Sunday in Ordinary Time (2016)
It’s very late right now as I sit and type. I haven’t had an opportunity to gather my thoughts lately in a very cohesive manner. I feel like I have so much to say but so little time to say it in. It seems like … Continue readingAll You Holy Men and Women: Becoming Saints