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
I am so excited to be hosting and presenting a 12-part webinar series on Building a Vibrant Parish! Each month of 2019, we will be exploring how to make our church communities clearer reflections of the Kingdom of God. Join me and my many guests on the journey toward helping to strengthen the Body of … Continue reading Register NOW!
Our liturgical year is drawing to a close and this Sunday we celebrate Christ the King. Check out my latest Everyday Stewardship reflection for this Sunday on the LPi Blog. Also, journey with me for Advent with daily reflections and Everyday Stewardship challenges sent to your email inbox every day!
“No one who puts his hand to the plow and looks back is fit for the kingdom of God.” —Luke 9:62 When my dad was sixty, I remember him telling me how he wished he could sit down and play beautiful music on the piano. I asked him why he didn’t hire a teacher and learn … Continue reading You Ain’t Dead Yet
After 100 years of construction and the blessing of the recently finished ‘Trinity Dome’ on December 8, The Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in Washington, DC is now complete. Walking in, one is at once struck by the towering mosaic of Christ in the north apse. One of the largest mosaics … Continue reading Commanding Presence
An Everyday Stewardship Reflection for the 21st Sunday in Ordinary Time 2017 Sometimes when I ask one of my children about who they were with or about a classmate at school they answer me with, “You don’t know them.” Apparently, since I do not know him or her personally, I do not need to know … Continue reading Do You Know Him?
An Everyday Stewardship Reflection for the 15th Sunday in Ordinary Time 2017 Over the years I have wasted a lot: a lot of money, a lot of time, and a lot of talent. Sometimes I didn’t realize I was wasting these things, but after reflection, I realized I could have done more and accomplished much … Continue reading Discerning the Seeds of Stewardship
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