Blogs, Blogs, & More Blogs

If you are only following the blog here at this website, you may have wondered where all the posting has gone. You are also missing out on MANY other blogs. Visit the blog page at http://4lpi.com/blog/ for my Everyday Stewardship blogs and more! That being said, my friends and I will be working hard in the near … Continue reading Blogs, Blogs, & More Blogs

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

Discerning the Seeds of Stewardship

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

The Gift of Faith

by The Main Thing Blog friend, Teresa Keogh This week work has brought me to Palermo, Sicily. I needed to leave home at 4.30am on Thursday to get to London Heathrow to check in. In the departure lounge there were seats that said ‘Re-charge here’ – of course, the sign referred to cell phones, but … Continue reading The Gift of Faith

Put On Christ

An Everyday Stewardship Reflection for All Saints Day 2016 Years ago, we began having students at our parish school dress up like saints of their choosing in anticipation of All Saints Day. It was a more worthwhile learning experience than dressing up as superheroes and cartoon characters for Halloween. You would have those would bring … Continue reading Put On Christ

It All Belongs to God

An Everyday Stewardship Reflection for 25th Sunday in Ordinary Time 2016 When the collection basket passes you by at Church, what are you thinking? The reality is that your spiritual health is tied into what you think and what you do with your money. People like to say that stewardship doesn’t have to do with … Continue reading It All Belongs to God