In Today’s Gospel we see one of the most beautiful phrases in Sacred Scripture, at least in my humble opinion: Jesus, looking at him, loved him.  Oh how that should resound in our hearts and our souls as we think of Jesus doing the same for us.  Here is thisContinue Reading

My wife and I have made it a habit lately to jog in the late evenings after all of our obligations and such begin to wind down.  Tonight as I meditate on the readings for tomorrow’s Mass, it reminds me of the jog/walk we just completed.   I was in justContinue Reading

There are three camps in Christianity right now that seem to be the most prevalent, and two of them I find to be fatally flawed and separate from the Gospel according to Jesus Christ. Both have their merits, but both are lacking something to be complete. The first is the camp thatContinue Reading

We’ve all heard the “you are on a desert Island and can only take” stories, but I want to really think about that for a few minutes. Let’s try a different scenario that is much more likely to happen in our world. But first let’s address the real problem, weContinue Reading