See what love the Father has for us that we may be called the children of God. How often do you think of this wonderful reality? How often do you treat this as a priority in your life? Listen to my thoughts.
Do you share your faith? How is that going? I ask this after I attended talks all day that addressed better ways of understanding the younger generations and how to reach out to them in regards to our faith. Here are just some thoughts have stuck with me since I got back.
When it comes to sharing the message of the Gospel there are really one of three categories to fit in. Which is you? Also, I want to ask you something.
Today we celebrate the Feast of Divine Mercy. We call to mind God’s mercy that He extends to all of us.
Happy Easter everyone. Here are some thoughts from the week and from Easter. Thank you for listening this Lent. I hope you’ll stick around.
When is the last time you went to Confession? Have you gone this Lent? Here are some thoughts to reflect on the importance of this great sacrament.
Joseph heard the Angel and when he woke up, he did what was asked of him. As we honor St. Jospeh today we are given his example to think about.
Christ speaks of how He does what the Father wants Him to do. He continues that this is all that that He does. How do our wills fit into this?
Ever had a day when you felt beat down by things? I had one recently and while going through it, this part from St. Paul popped into my head. It was a good reminder in the midst of all the craziness I faced on that day. It might be a good reminder for you too.
Love. It’s not always easy. Christ tells us what love should look like in today’s Gospel.