Twenty Seventh Sunday in Ordinary Time
“Don’t call me a Saint. I don’t want to be dismissed so easily.” – Dorothy Day
Twenty Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time
The secularization of the culture is the result of the secularization of our hearts.
Twenty Fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time
Got is too present to hide from him. He is too powerful to try to control him. The invitation is simply to surrender to his mad love for you!
Twenty Third Sunday in Ordinary Time
We don’t come to Mass to make Jesus #1 in our life. We come to Mass to become one with Jesus. This is a world of difference.
Twenty Second Sunday in Ordinary Time
Only when we humbly except our status as a creature can God create us into the exalted being He intends us to be.
Twentieth Sunday in Ordinary Time
Every adventure has two parts: the seeming demise of the protagonist and then his victory.
Nineteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time
Have you grown too old to enjoy God’s youthfulness?
Eighteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time
Why do we prefer the chicken nuggets to the Feast of Heaven?
Seventeenth Sunday in Ordinary Time
Christian prayer is not a call from outside the life of the Trinity; Christian prayer arises in the very heart of the Trinity.
Sixteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time
What’s your ONE?
Fourteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time
Only until we possess nothing can we then possess everything.
Thirteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time
If we simply did whatever we wanted to do we would never be truly free, we would never be truly happy.
Corpus Christi Sunday
Jesus is here. Period. We get that, then everything else will follow.
So, what’s love got to do with it?
The Holy Spirit wishes to break open your life and set you free! Will you let Him change you?
Sadness creeps into a soul that is not living for a purpose. But how do we go about discovering our mission? From where does our mission ultimately flow?
Sixth Sunday of Easter
If you love me, you follow my commandments. Today, 2000 years from the historical reality of Christ, how do we know his commandments?
Fourth Sunday of Easter
The Sheep hear my voice, I know them, and they follow me.
Third Sunday of Easter
How sweet and tender, full of mercy and compassion, is our Lord!
Divine Mercy Sunday
Jesus is Alive! And we encounter Him in and through His Church!
Let us run!
Let your light shine!
The one thing in your life you would want to wish away, today is declared good.
Do this in remembrance of me.
It is His faithfulness that strengthens our fickle faith.
It is in coming to see our blindness that we begin to see.
Third Sunday of Lent
There is a thirst in your bones that nothing this side of Heaven can satiate.
Second Sunday of Lent
In your smallness, do you trust that you are protected?
First Sunday of Lent
If we ignore that we are in a spiritual battle, we will become a pawn in Satan’s hand
Lent is a season of return, returning to the source of one’s very existence, and is so doing, to one’s authentic self.
Eighth Sunday in Ordinary Time
To become a vessel of salvation for another, I must first taste salvation myself.
Sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time
There is always the temptation to prefer heaven on earth rather than Heaven itself.
Fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time
Where have I placed parameters around Christ?
Fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time
The Prophet’s sole mission is an act of selfless love: to speak God’s Truth.
Third Sunday in Ordinary Time
Not in the future, not in the past, but in the present moment, Grace is provided.
Second Sunday in Ordinary Time
Our hearts have grown cold and empty, Mary knows, and she invites her Son to fill them with Divine Life.