"The judgment of God is upon the church as never before. If the church of today does not recapture the sacrificial spirit of the early church, it will lose its authentic ring, forfeit the loyalty of millions, and be dismissed as an irrelevant social club with no meaning for the twentieth century. I meet young … Continue reading Living the Dream, Be the Dream We Can’t wait, we must Courageously Live the Gospel, NOW!
This week we end our Christmas Season with the Feast of the Baptism of the Lord. We see the great power and ability in the life of Jesus and also for our lives who are baptized. Jesus, the Son of the Living God, the one who the prophets foretold comes with great power to … Continue reading Through Baptism God has “called you for the victory of justice,”
This third week of our Christmas celebration we find our selves united with those who seek light in the midst of Darkness. It is at the very heart of the human person to seek and desire that which is greater than us. For thousands of years women and men have sought some spiritual … Continue reading Epiphany Sunday Seeking the One who is The Light in your Darkness.
This week we have come to the Manger, a stable in the midst of Poverty and here we find the very source of Power. As we celebrate Christmas the Birth of the Savior it is in the most unlikely place that one would expect and seek to encounter the very source of … Continue reading Power Comes Through Poverty in a Manger
"Let us Rejoice, Let us Be Glad, Let us Praise God who holds our Life in His Hands." Let our Souls Magnify the Lord, Let us rejoice for the Lord is near. This week we find ourselves called, ordered to "REJOICE". We hear a message from the Prophet Zephaniah just prior to the Babylonian … Continue reading Let Us Rejoice, Tuning into the Joy of God’s Promise
The Second Week of Advent As we begin this week we find ourselves set into a clear time and place as St. Luke sets out to set our for us the coming on of the stage St. John the Baptist. All the other key historic figures and religious leaders are named, but then … Continue reading Advent, A Season of Expectation
On the day of the conclusion of the Synod on Youth just a few weeks ago on the last Sunday of October, Pope Francis reflected on one of his favorite themes which is the need to be silent and to listen. He gives us good advice in this regard as we prepare to enter into … Continue reading Listen to Christ speak anew to your heart This Advent
This week we celebrated Thanksgiving This week as we celebrate Thanksgiving I am reminded of people who met in mutual respect and harmony. At least initially. Men, and women who were fleeing a place of persecution and oppression seeking a new life and freedom in a strange land. I recalled that the first two … Continue reading Praise God for His Mighty Blessings
33rd Week in Ordinary Time. A Call to Vigilance, A call to Serve. Each year as we draw a close to the liturgical year, we listen to scriptures about the end times. The Word of God calls us to vigilance, reminding us that the Lord is near. Although the hour of the Lord's return … Continue reading A Call To Vigilance is a Call to Service
Today we here of the great love of God shown in the great gift of two Widows. As we reflect on these women of faith and trust we must understand that a widow with an only son would have been truly marginalized and on the peripheries, The poorest of the poor, no one … Continue reading Giving Your All, Brings forth God’s Blessings