Ever have a day where you focus on one mistake and in its place you made several more? Where you can't seem to get back on track, or even see the track because for whatever reason you can't get out of the weeds? Couple a stellar combination of exhaustion and perfectionist tendencies and you have… Continue reading Worth Revisiting: Facing the Music
Now approaching our 4th year of bible study, I have seen God work amazing things in the lives of those who attended. In fact, it was one of the first things that we did together as a community of faith. Each parish already had various ministries, service opportunities and small prayer groups, but neither had… Continue reading Yes, Catholics…We Can Do Bible Study!
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
Don't copy the behaviors and customs of this world, but let God transform you into a new person by changing the way you think Then you will learn God's will for you which is pleasing and perfect. Romans 12:2 "Why is it that it seems when we try the hardest to do everything right that… Continue reading Worth Revisiting: On the Right Path
LK 12:13-21 When is enough... enough? And what is it that drives us to achieve or accomplish more in life? As parents we seek to provide the best for our children, often sacrificing to fill not only their needs but many times their wants. Still, does our happiness truly lie in this provision? Or instead,… Continue reading Gospel Reflections: Enough.
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 Worth Revisiting: Messy Work
So he commanded the skies above and opened the doors of heaven Ps. 73:28 As this week the beauty of the tranquil fall in New England braced for strong winds and rain, the clouds and cooler temps dominated the skies and dampened many a mood. So too our faith community made preparations for the funeral… Continue reading Heaven’s Open Doors
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 Worth Revisiting: Cause for Celebration
"Consult not your fears but your hopes and dreams. Think not about your frustrations, but about your unfulfilled potential. Concern yourself not with what you tried and failed in, but with what is still possible for you to do." Pope John XXIII Recently I had one of the most surprisingly profound conversations on this idea… Continue reading Worth Revisiting: Unfulfilled Potential
The Lord asks everything of us, and in return he offers us true life, the happiness for which we were created.... Gaudette et Exsulte Instead of a half-hearted effort or begrudgingly offering a portion, Christ asks for our all. No more than what he gave on the cross and no less than what we have… Continue reading Worth Revisiting: Everything For Happiness