Pentecost & Chuck E. Cheese

An Everyday Stewardship Reflection for Pentecost 2017 There are some things I miss now that my children are older. Less snuggles, fewer moments of awe and wonder, and fewer crazy questions that make me laugh. However, if I’m honest, there some things I do not miss, especially the birthday party. I loved the aspect of … Continue reading Pentecost & Chuck E. Cheese

You Have Been Commissioned

An Everyday Stewardship Reflection for the Feast of the Ascension 2017 I remember watching part of a college graduation address where the speaker said, “With this degree you are commissioned to go into the world and make a difference.” The imagery conjured up in my mind by the use of the word “commissioned” was pretty … Continue reading You Have Been Commissioned

Working Together

An Everyday Stewardship Reflection for the 6th Sunday of Easter 2017 My children could never succeed without their mother and me. That isn’t me thinking too much of ourselves, it is just a fact. No one can find success in life in total isolation. I could never have become who I am today without my … Continue reading Working Together

The Value of Your Stewardship

An Everyday Stewardship Reflection for the 5th Sunday of Easter 2017 What do you think is the value of your stewardship? Do you believe that through your actions both great and small that God can touch people, heal them, and change their lives? Too often we can mistakenly assume that what we do, say, or … Continue reading The Value of Your Stewardship

Personal Communion: You Can’t Give What You Don’t Have

It’s true with just about everything. Money. Love. Education. Personal Communion. Wait, personal communion? During this Easter Season, we have an opportunity to dig deeper into the meaning of faith. We begin with the reflection on The Road to Emmaus. In a recent post, I mentioned the term "companion" and it’s Latin meaning, "with bread." … Continue reading Personal Communion: You Can’t Give What You Don’t Have

We are an EASTER PEOPLE!

An Everyday Stewardship Reflection for Easter Sunday 2017 At Easter, we celebrate that Our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, conquered death, rose from the dead, and remains very much alive. To the world of non-believers: WHAT!?! It is quite a big reality to swallow. But for the believer, it is a reality that inspires us … Continue reading We are an EASTER PEOPLE!

Enter the Story

An Everyday Stewardship Reflection for Holy Week 2017 As a Catholic, I am very grateful for the wonderful expression of the Mass. When united in this liturgical experience, we are not only present to the reality of the bread and wine becoming the real presence of Jesus, but are also connected spiritually to the institution … Continue reading Enter the Story

The Truth Will Set You Free

"If you remain in my word, you will truly be my disciples, and you will know the truth, and the truth will set you free." John 8:31-32 In today’s Gospel reading Jesus tells the Jews who believe in him a simple formula for success. It is so simple, however, that it can almost seem impossible … Continue reading The Truth Will Set You Free

Do You Need a Sign?

An Everyday Stewardship Reflection for 5th Sunday of Lent 2017 When I am driving throughout the United States, I enjoy seeing the billboards that dot the highways speaking for God. A couple of my favorites: “Life is short. Eternity is not. God;” and “Let’s meet at my house this Sunday, before the game. God.” God … Continue reading Do You Need a Sign?