Jesus knows human nature The Third Sunday of Lent, March 7, 2021; Mass Readings “But Jesus would not trust himself to them because he knew them all, and did not need anyone to testify about human nature. He himself understood it
Key points if you’d rather read than listen: The Flood prefigures baptism. Just as the earth was wiped clean and renewed by the waters of the flood, so are we in baptism. Jesus goes into the desert; God is with
It can sometimes seems that grower closer to God, being grateful and living a life of abundance is something God calls others to, not you. Because I’m broken, sad, not enough, too tall, too short, run slowly, wear glasses, don’t
Ad maiorem Dei gloriam – for the Greater Glory of God, the Jesuit motto from St. Ignatius of Loyola. This Sunday is the 6th Sunday of Ordinary Time and the last one before Lent begins. Here are the Readings for
Well, well, well – even the best to-do list is only as good as the doer of the list. I had an audio reflection all set for Jan 31 and I forgot to upload it. So here it is now.
Jan 24, the 3rd Sunday in Ordinary Time.You can read them here and then listen to the reflection. FYI: this week there is also a mediation and the long pauses are there so you can think a bit about the question posed.
Jan 17, the 2nd Sunday in Ordinary Time.You can read them here and then listen to the reflection.
This Sunday is the Baptism of the Lord and the readings fit together so well. You can read them here and then listen to my thoughts and learn something interesting about the Jordan River!
Do you like to be still? I have a bit of a struggle with it, especially when I have what I think is a long list of things to accomplish. And then this feeling of being overwhelmed creeps in and
I don’t know about you, but I’m ready for something to be a bit effortless, dare I say, even easy right about now. Allow me to offer you a bundle of joy – 21 Catholic businesses have come together to