An Everyday Stewardship Reflection for Thanksgiving Day 2016 Pope Francis said in a 2013 homily, “If families can say these three things, they will be fine. ‘Sorry.’ ‘Excuse me.’ ‘Thank you.’ How often do we say ‘thank you’ in our families? How often do we say ‘thank you’ to those who help us, those close … Continue reading The Time is Now for Thanks!
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An Everyday Stewardship Reflection for the Feast of Christ the King 2016 Most people look to the end of the calendar year to begin making resolutions for the next year. There seems to be this magical break in human time because of the changing of a year. Suddenly, the world is filled with new possibilities … Continue reading Don’t Wait to Make Resolutions!
An Everyday Stewardship Reflection for 33rd Sunday in Ordinary Time 2016 Many years ago, my wife and I traveled to New York City with friends of ours from South Carolina. They had never seen a Broadway show before so we landed some seats to see Les Miserables. It was a perfect night filled with excitement, … Continue reading The Light in Darkened Alleys
An Everyday Stewardship Reflection for 32nd Sunday in Ordinary Time 2016 During one visit to Cleveland for a catechetical conference, I visited the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame three times. I love learning the stories of bands and how they rose to fame. I love to see artifacts of days gone by, sharing with … Continue reading Seeking New Band Members
I voted this morning. I have a confession: a part of me didn't want to. But I do understand my obligation. Many people have gone before me, some to the point of sacrificing their lives, so that I could have this right. I was glad I did in the end. Last night I went to … Continue reading The Power of Our Actions