Monthly Archive: September, 2013

My American Dream

Twenty-sixth Sunday in Ordinary Time I recently saw a production of the musical “Miss Saigon.” One of the main characters is a Vietnamese man who fled into neighboring Thailand after the fall of Saigon.… Continue reading


Twenty-fifth Sunday in Ordinary Time I like new technology. I love that it challenges me to imagine something amazing and beautiful, or it inspires me to re-imagine what’s good, what works, so that it… Continue reading

The Insanity of God

Twenty-fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time Why does God do such outrageous and crazy things sometimes, behaving so completely irrational, then expecting us to do as he does? It’s totally insane! God creates human beings,… Continue reading

What Have We Become?

Originally posted on middlechildcatholicpriest:
Twenty-fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time Ten years ago this very day, our nation was brought to a standstill at the news of terrorist attacks in NYC, Washington DC and Shanksville…

Following in His Footsteps

Twenty-third Sunday in Ordinary Time Congress is in recess, so elected officials are home from Washington these days getting an earful from their constituents. The president is knee-deep in the crisis of the moment—Syria.… Continue reading

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