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How do we go about our days without feeling judged or casting a judging thought? Do I answer a question or act in light of how I think someone will think of me? In today’s Gospel, Herod really didn’t want … Continue reading
I’m in the front half of an “at home” retreat with a friend using the book 40 weeks by Fr. William Watson, SJ. We are in week 11. I am to write a letter to Jesus asking for his help … Continue reading
I just finished boiling, cutting and freezing 60 ears of corn. It’s not a bad job, not exactly fun but come winter the taste of fresh picked and quickly frozen sweet corn is a taste everyone in my family loves. … Continue reading
Today Jesus tells us more on the parables of the mustard seed and the leavening. I love these stories and so do my 3-6 year old students in Catechesis of the Good Shepherd class at our parish. The children can’t … Continue reading
Today in my community of Apostoli Viae, our founder, Dan Burke, shared an audio reflection. As I listened, I sat in a chair facing a window looking out to the field behind my home. This picture is of my view … Continue reading
Who was this woman Mary Magdalene? I believe a model of courage, faith and conviction. I see her likeness in a great number of people today. Even me. I am favored to have had two times in my life where … Continue reading
Taking a few days off of writing gives a greater perspective in this new effort to share the Gospel daily with blogging. Who am I really talking to? It is to you, the reader; however it is mainly to my … Continue reading