Yeah, you’re at home, and yeah you have more time than ever to relax and pray and do puzzles and eat Swiss Rolls (guilty as charged)…how’s that going for ya? If you’re like me, you’re
Who needs the transgression when we have the gift??
Sorry for the delay in posting. I’ve been having some login issues with WordPress. All fixed! (hopefully…) Below is the audio of the homily I gave on Ash Wednesday at Chesterton Academy of the Holy
Also, check out this link to a blog post over at The Rabbit Room for a post I found particularly moving about Rembrandt and why he painted two versions of the Presentation in the Temple,
Here’s one of those homilies I didn’t really mean to give…that is, I ended up talking about something I didn’t know I needed to talk about. That’s the Spirit. The gist is this: does Jesus
Epiphany 2020 Cathedral of St. Raymond I wish we could live in the time of Jesus’ birth; before he was studied, known. When everything about this child was still mysterious and full of
The Word was made flesh and dwelt among us? The Word was made flesh and dwelt among us. How strange. We have the disadvantage of being of this side of the story. For us, we
What if we believed Jesus was among in all his power? Can you imagine how different this place would be?
Brick and River by Brennan Robinson There was a brick on the bridge’s bottom, Who had wearied of what elders taught him In song they’d sing about being a brick, The joy with brother to