Monthly Archive: December, 2014

It All Works Out In The End


The Holy Family of Jesus, Mary, and Joseph Every young couple starting on the journey of married life will set some very unattainable and unrealistic goals for themselves and their children. No one… Continue reading

Home Away From Home


Nativity of the Lord: Vigil Mass, Mass During the Night, Mass at Dawn, Mass During the Day Many of us travel during the Christmas holidays. AAA reported last week that 98.6 million Americans… Continue reading

Establishing a House That Endures


Fourth Sunday of Advent Occasionally I will notice an embroidered pillow on the couch, or a plaque by the front doors of a friend’s house to commemorate their beginnings, for instance: the Jones… Continue reading

Grace & Elephants in the Room


Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary America is in a bit of a pickle. There’s not just one elephant in the room. There’s a herd, maybe a couple of herds. I can’t… Continue reading

When Good News Is Not Cause For Joy


Second Sunday of Advent You probably have heard the saying, “Bad news travels faster than good news.” Sadly, good news travels slow, or it doesn’t travel very far. Case in point, most of… Continue reading

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