Most people who know me, know that I used to be a commercial electrical foreman.  One of the first things I would do on a construction site would be to get up some sort of lighting.  The first lesson I learned out there in the field was that it’s veryContinue 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’s first reading is one of the more beautiful expressions of how important it is to realize who Christ was to the Jewish faith, the second Adam.  That’s a powerful typology that we must not miss when exploring what it means to us as Children of the most high God. Continue Reading

We hear it constantly.  People quote to us “judge not lest you be judged.”   Their intention is that we should not judge anyone else’s sin but rather let them live however they want, and they’ll take it up with God later.  There are two flaws with this logic.  FirstContinue Reading

My wife and I were having a wonderfully deep conversation as I drove her in to work this morning about the concepts of gluttony and sin, and how they could apply to diet cost and expenditure.  We then began to talk about the general judgement, what it might be likeContinue Reading

The other day I was attacked by a ninja in my own home. I’m pretty sure that Dustin Gurntz had something to do with it, because I’ve  been told he’s definitely the ninja. I had left the house to get our youngest off the bus and in the interim ourContinue Reading

Dying flies spoil the sweetness of the ointment. Wisdom and glory is more precious than a small and shortlived folly. – Ecclesiastes 10:1 We as Christians often encourage our children to do the right thing. That’s part of our vocation as parents. We are supposed to be teaching them rightContinue Reading