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
Have you had those times when you wake up on a Sunday morning and you’d rather stay home and enjoy a quiet morning without having to get dressed up or talk to anyone else? Or when you know that you need to say your daily prayers, but just can’t get motivated? Or when you do … Continue reading Pray Anyway
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
Post by Chuck Frost What causes us the most anxiety in life is the fear of loss. We fear losing our loved ones, our job, our money, our stuff, our reputation, or the comfortable routine of life that we have established. We may fear losing something that we’ve become dependent on. When these become attachments … Continue reading Attached
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?
Talking about discipleship and truly being a disciple are two very different things. It is easier to know what we should do than to carry out. Many saints from our tradition have had much to say about this struggle to do what they know they must do, and not do that which they know they … Continue reading New Eyes
An Everyday Stewardship Reflection for the 3rd Sunday of Lent 2017 When I think about the story of the Samaritan woman at the well, I think of my father. This Gospel reading that we use every year for the First Scrutiny of the RCIA was always my favorite to discuss with those who be baptized … Continue reading Put Down That Water Jar!
“Indeed the safest road to Hell is the gradual one—the gentle slope, soft underfoot, without sudden turnings, without milestones, without signposts.” – C.S. Lewis, The Screwtape Letters We’ve heard of the drug dealer cliché, “The first hit is free.” You have to take the first hit to begin the slow decline toward full blown addiction, and if vulnerability … Continue reading The Robe