Take the Lenten Challenge

Tomorrow is Ash Wednesday! Lent is here and I have a great way of helping make your Lent a little more fruitful this year. Take the LPi Lenten Challenge! The content comes from my Everyday Stewardship Way of the Cross and there are multiple weekly challenges to help grow a stewardship way of life in YOU! You … Continue reading Take the Lenten Challenge

The Presupposition

The Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius of Loyola is one of the great works of Christian spirituality in the history of the Church.  It is a spiritual retreat meant to help with discernment and growth in God. It’s a foundational text for members of The Society of Jesus (Jesuits). At the very beginning of these exercises, … Continue reading The Presupposition

You Don’t Need a Loan to Love

An Everyday Stewardship Reflection for the 23rd Sunday in Ordinary Time I have to smile when I read in St. Paul’s letter to the Romans, “Owe nothing to anyone, except to love one another.” I smile because I know that in today’s world few people owe nothing to anyone. We have credit card debt, mortgages, … Continue reading You Don’t Need a Loan to Love

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

Living the Beatitudes

An Everyday Stewardship Reflection for the Fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time 2017 Sometimes I wonder what this world will look like when my children get to be my age. Everything seems to be changing so rapidly and much of that change doesn’t seem to be for the good. I do think in some ways the … Continue reading Living the Beatitudes

Real Stewardship Never Asks for Volunteers

An Everyday Stewardship Reflection for Second Sunday in Ordinary Time 2017 Can you imagine what kind of response I would get if I asked my 3 children, “Who would like to volunteer to clean up the kitchen after dinner today?” Six eyeballs staring at me like I had two heads! If I couch my request in … Continue reading Real Stewardship Never Asks for Volunteers

Looking for Jesus

An Everyday Stewardship Reflection for the 26th Sunday in Ordinary Time 2016 I would like to think that most people in the world would help someone who was suffering if they had the chance. I guess my optimism starts to take a hit when I consider that in some cases the cost will be higher … Continue reading Looking for Jesus