Hiding Behind Faith

I saw Mary, Queen of Scots last week and loved it! First of all, Saoirse Ronan was awesome as always. Actually, all of the acting was top notch. Secondly, the costuming and cinematography were superb. It was a great film experience. It is too bad that it highlighted a truth of history that continues to … Continue reading Hiding Behind Faith

A Glimpse of Heaven

An Everyday Stewardship Reflection for Transfiguration of the Lord, August 6, 2017            There are times in our lives that we get the chance to see a glimpse of heaven. It may be through the love of another, loved one or stranger. Sometimes it may even be an event that seems … Continue reading A Glimpse of Heaven

Believing the Unbelievable

An Everyday Stewardship Reflection for 2nd Sunday of Easter / Divine Mercy Sunday 2017 Due to the constant unchecked flow of data and information through the Internet, it can be hard to know when a story is real news or rubbish. It never ceases to amaze me when someone I know has bought into some … Continue reading Believing the Unbelievable

Something Beautiful

I love the way my children sometimes clean their rooms. They will take all their stuff that is out and covering everything and shove it their closet and under the bed. If you can’t see a mess, there isn’t a mess. I was thinking about something similar these recent days when snow came down to … Continue reading Something Beautiful

Resist Becoming a Cookie Monster / Everyday Stewardship

26th Sunday in Ordinary Time At that time, John said to Jesus, "Teacher, we saw someone driving out demons in your name, and we tried to prevent him because he does not follow us." Jesus replied, "Do not prevent him. There is no one who performs a mighty deed in my name who can at … Continue reading Resist Becoming a Cookie Monster / Everyday Stewardship

World Meeting of Families

I am at the airport on my way to Philadelphia for the World Meeting of Families, where I will be representing LPI all this week. So this week I will be posting reflections and photos about the event and the preparations for Pope Francis' visit. If you can't be here, hopefully you can catch a … Continue reading World Meeting of Families

One > 12,000

Over the weekend it was my joy to attend the Eucharistic Congress in Charlotte, North Carolina. Since it is my home diocese, I had attended a few times before as a participant but this was my first time as a vendor. So one major difference this time around was I did not process through the streets … Continue reading One > 12,000