From those knowingly facing death to those whose life is suddenly and unexpectedly ended we are given a glimpse of the brevity of our time on earth and the urgency to be prepared. Yet, what are we preparing for, and what awaits us thereafter? Are we preparing for the end of our life, or a transformation to… Continue reading Worth Revisiting: See You Soon!
There honestly is no other way of describing it- the work of evangelization is a messy work. It isn't that the message itself is cloudy or unclear, for the love of the Gospel given is simple. "Love one another. As I have loved you, so you also should love one another. This is how all will know that you… Continue reading Messy Work
In light of upcoming elections, many of us have spent time considering our options, weighing the consequences and praying that not only our nation survives but can address necessary issues. As difficult as this election year has been, I am reminded that my faith, though resting solely in Christ, cannot remain isolated from the reality… Continue reading Worth Revisiting: Work Harder, Pray More
Last year at this time, to my heart's delight, my son Peter was confirmed in the Catholic Church as Paul. In this moment I was reminded both of the importance of this sacrament and of the journey ahead. These were my words to him.. “Welcome to the school of the Spirit, the sacrament of Confirmation…for… Continue reading Worth Revisiting: Our Call to Become Saints
When you think of the many reasons that might lead you to celebrate, odds are that this experience would not make your top 10 or even your top 100. And yet, as a believer in Christ, the truest promise of salvation should be our greatest cause of celebration. Inexhaustibly matched by a Father's joy and… Continue reading A Cause of Celebration
(This post is part of a series to be found at ReconciledtoYou.com hosted by Allison Gingras featuring the music of Ben Walther. For other bloggers and songs check out #MusicthatMoves) “Take, Lord, and receive all my liberty, my memory, my understanding, and my entire will, All I have and call my own. You have given… Continue reading Worth Revisiting: Music that Moves Us- “Take Me”
In my life I have most certainly been blessed with an unfathomable gift- that only a heavenly Father could have known was even necessary. Growing up, I knew profoundly the space left behind with the absence of my own earthly father. Still, it wasn't the basic provisions and necessities of life I truly sought, but… Continue reading The Gift of a Father
Beyond the treasures of abundant color, pumpkin lattes and cool crisp days, fall carries the promise to unwind, unplug and connect in a distinct way. With open windows, the tall sheer curtains stirring amidst the early morning breeze lays the invitation to allow the outside in. Beckoned to welcome the sunrise, to encounter the stillness,… Continue reading Worth Revisiting: Open Windows