December 4, 2019

Most of us are eager to have the roots of our identity and family well secured. Isn’t that why Ancestry and 23 and Me are popular in recent years to help determine our connections? But the reality is that sometimes we feel uprooted, pulled away from our land and our ho...

November 25, 2019

It is a NEW month, a NEW liturgical season, and maybe a “NEW us” as we enter into the Advent today in preparation for Christmas. It is a time of waiting, true, but especially a time to prepare our hearts and spirits to receive Jesus anew into our lives.

Waiting, even fo...

November 18, 2019

There is a real lesson for us to learn or re-learn with this feast of CHRIST, THE KING OF THE UNIVERSE. Although the Gospel story retells the story of Jesus on the Cross, not a likely picture of a king with power, it sets the stage for teaching us that his kingdom is t...

November 12, 2019

Today is the last Sunday of Ordinary time in our liturgical calendar. Next Sunday, we celebrate the feast of Christ, King of the Universe, just before we begin Advent, and a new liturgical year. So it is a time to take stock of our lives, and examine ourselves to see h...

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