The opening prayer for the votive Mass for The Most Sacred Heart of Jesus goes, “Clothe us, Lord God, with the virtues of the Heart of your Son and set us aflame with his love, that, conformed to his image, we may
Looking at the spin and misinformation in the world and reflecting on the right we have to truth. Truth. As something we are capable of knowing, it is also something we are capable of seeking and obliged to share. When it comes
Mark 13:33 “Be watchful! Be Alert!” Christ says these words to his disciples, and all, about the end of all things and His inevitable return. Christ mentions multiple times that they should be watchful at all times, just as servants waiting for
A look at – Gaudete et exsultate Pope Francis wrote an Apostolic Exhortation on the call to holiness in today’s world. What he said concerning the lives of the unborn and born as equally sacred has recently been taken out of context.
Read today's readings: 1 COR 9:16-19, 22B-27 and LK 6:39-42 “Can a blind person guide a blind person? Will not both fall into a pit? This parable applies to followers, disciples, of Christ, then and now. The same truth found in response
I want to offer a brief example of what Lectio Divina could look like, as mentioned previously, with an actual passage from Scripture. He also told this parable to some who trusted in themselves that they were righteous and despised others: “Two
St. John, in his Gospel account, tells us how the disciples were hiding in fear of the Jews after Christ’s death. Though the doors were locked as they hid, Jesus shows up in the room and greets them, telling them, “Peace be