June 11th, 2017: The Solemnity of the Most Holy TrinityLectionary: 164EX 34:4B-6, 8-9DN 3:52, 53, 54, 55, 52 COR 13:11-13JN 3:16-18 It’s difficult for some people to wrap their mind around the love that God has for us because of the image of the parent.  For those whose parents areContinue Reading

The other day I read an article about how that the current generation of children are being raised to believe that not recycling a soda can is just as bad or worse than looking at pornography.  I thought that must be complete bunk.  How could that even be possible?  SoContinue Reading

Tomorrow is the feast of Saints Timothy and Titus.  These are two of the companions of St. Paul whose conversion we celebrated this morning. These men were faithful to the gospel of Christ and as such were left in charge of communities as presbyters.  Paul challenges them to live uprightContinue Reading

Tomorrow is the first day of 2016.  My wife and I went to Mass tonight in celebration of Mary the Mother of God, and in thanksgiving for all the gifts and blessings that God has bestowed on us this year.  Our life has been filled with many amazing events.  GodContinue Reading

This morning was absolutely horrible. Do you know the kind of day I’m talking about? Where everything seems like it’s out to get you and even the furniture is on the attack? It all began with a nice alarm blaring in my ear… apparently for over 30 minutes. As IContinue Reading

Know this, my beloved brothers: let every person be quick to hear, slow to speak, slow to anger The book of James is quick to remind us that part of our Christian duty is to listen to another.  It’s strange though to think that the average thought of what itContinue Reading

Bear with me as I try to convey to you something that I do not know if I can put into words. Today as I was reading Sacred Scripture, a line of thought began to form in my mind. It begins with the concept of the logos, the Christ, theContinue Reading