No Sheeple Are We

Fourth Sunday of Easter Have you ever met a person who was convinced they could do your job better than you? Of course, they have no clue what they’re talking about. First they… Continue reading

Invitation to the Meal

Third Sunday of Easter After Jesus rose from the dead on Easter Sunday, he never tried to explain how he was once again alive, at least not in a way his closest friends… Continue reading

Preschoolers in a World of First Graders

Second Sunday of Easter Although it seems innate to our human nature to want answers to definitively settle every hint of curiosity, every burning question, and every lingering doubt, it seems just as… Continue reading

A Life Sentence or A Life Commitment?

Easter Sunday of the Lord’s Resurrection Easter Vigil Readings / Easter Sunday Readings Christ is risen! He is risen indeed! Χρίστος ἀνέστη!Ἀληθῶς ἀνέστη!(Christos anesti! Alithos anesti!) ¡Cristo ha resucitado! ¡En verdad, ha resucitado!… Continue reading

When the Story Becomes Our Own

Holy Thursday Each year on Holy Thursday night we mark the start of the Paschal Triduum with the Mass of the Lord’s Supper and the annual ritual of the washing of feet. It’s… Continue reading

Back from the Grave

Fifth Sunday of Lent (Year A) I’ve read this gospel story many times before. But I just noticed recently that no one asked Lazarus whether or not he cared to come back. Actually,… Continue reading

Is “Not Seeing” an Option?

Fourth Sunday of Lent (Year A) Have you ever done something good for a neighbor only to be reprimanded for not doing it in a manner approved by law? Ultimately, the greater issue… Continue reading

Know Your Thirst

Third Sunday of Lent (Year A) I am always in awe of creative marketing, the patience and skill of some people who try to convince me what I need even before I recognize… Continue reading

Glass Ceilings & Lowest Common Denominators

First Sunday of Lent Last Friday was International Women’s Day, which I only found out about late in the day. Unfortunately I can be clueless like that. If it makes you feel any… Continue reading

Where There’s Smoke & Icebergs

Eighth Sunday in Ordinary Time It is in our nature as human beings to be curious. Sometimes the basis of that curiosity is legitimate, so we can understand why things are the way… Continue reading

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