Receiving more than a Christmas card but a detailed Christmas letter, recapping the past year’s events, is a widespread experience now. Read More >>
What do a walk home from school, a concerned mother and a bighearted little boy have to do with experiencing a prayerful Advent Season? Read More >>
Fr. Joe shares a story about a boy traveling alone on a train in England. We learn what it means to love like God who is our “Emmanuel” – God always with us. Read More >>
A parable like story about a Starfish Dancer. Our role as sharers in Christ’s Work and our opportunity to imitate St. Joseph in his role as a Provider of the next right or loving action is explored.
This homily is a parable like story about a Starfish Dancer. Our role as sharers in Christ’s Work and our opportunity to imitate St. Joseph in his role as a Provider of the next right or loving action is explored.
The homily examines how our vision of ourselves sometimes does not line up with our reality and circumstances. Our invitation is to invite God to help us to cast a new vision of ourselves and to discover God’s dream for our lives.
Our Lenten Theme continues as we juggle the numbers from 1 to 10 discovering that 9 may hold a secret that reveals how we grow in holiness by turning toward God in prayer. The Transfiguration of Jesus inspires us to be transformed into the image and likeness of Christ. Through...
Fr. Joe shares the story of a professional ocean swimmer who setting out on a twenty-six mile swim encounters fog. When our lives are shrouded in fog are spiritual in Christian HOPE helps us to continue forward and to flourish.
Our Lenten Theme begins with a story about the once struggling French author Balzac who became a success by overcoming temptation by literally drawing a dream and vision for his life. Dreaming and receiving a vision from God through prayer helps us to overcome temptation and empowers us to provide...
Fr. Nico shares a story about two famous people whose antipathy for one another led to a legendary and humorous repartee. You may never look at a couple of tea in exactly the same way.