Monthly Archive: March, 2013

Life & a little side of Death

Easter Sunday About ten years ago, I met a man who underwent quintuple coronary artery bypass surgery. Up until then I had only heard of triple and quadruple bypass surgery. I’m sure they’re… Continue reading

Through Jerusalem, to Calvary, to Easter

Palm / Passion Sunday As we enter the holiest week of the Christian calendar, I invite you to immerse yourselves in the story of the passion of our Lord in the scriptures. Today… Continue reading

Life in the Face of Death

Fifth Sunday of Lent (Scrutiny 3) Last weekend, the 115 cardinal electors in Rome were preparing to enter the conclave to elect the 266th bishop of Rome. Today we give thanks to God… Continue reading

Or Not

Fourth Sunday of Lent (Scrutiny 2) The Vatican announced Friday that the conclave to elect the 266th bishop of Rome will begin Tuesday afternoon after a morning mass concelebrated by the 115 cardinal… Continue reading


Third Sunday of Lent (Scrutiny 1) With Benedict XVI stepping down from the chair of St. Peter, the Roman Catholic church has entered a period of intense self-examination and soul-searching. Some voices in… Continue reading

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