Happy Birthday!

Christmas Vigil Mass, Christmas Mass at Midnight, Christmas Mass at Dawn, Christmas Mass during the Day A blessed Christmas to all … and may the grace of this holy season so infuse our… Continue reading

God at Home Among Us

Fourth Sunday of Advent I have been a resident of Waynesboro now for five and a half years. The longest I lived anywhere before was 6 years in Rocky Mount VA in Franklin… Continue reading

He is Among You

Third Sunday of Advent It happens every election cycle.  Those in office will claim they are doing the best they can, and that given more time they will do even better still.  Those… Continue reading

Surprised by God

Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary A good number of us don’t particularly like surprises.  For certain, it’s much easier to be on the giving end of a surprise than to be… Continue reading

When the Time is Right

Second Sunday of Advent Do we know how to wait?  And just because circumstances in the past have forced us to wait doesn’t mean we know how.  We’ve all waited at the airport,… Continue reading

Do-Overs, Reboots & Second Chances

First Sunday of Advent I hope you all had a good Thanksgiving holiday with your families. I thoroughly enjoyed having my family here this year. They all arrived late Wednesday, and the last… Continue reading

Christian Gratitude

Thanksgiving Day Thankfulness, I read somewhere, is not an innate quality in human beings.  We have to teach children to say “thank you” to the nice lady for the piece of candy –… Continue reading

Shepherd King

Thirty-fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time (Christ the King) Leadership is not an easy career path.  Yes, it can bring popular acclaim, prestige and all sorts of material rewards.  But from the vantage point of… Continue reading

The One Talent that Matters

Thirty-third Sunday in Ordinary Time The interactive reality-talent show “America’s Got Talent” just wrapped up its sixth season in September. The show is part of the global British “Got Talent” franchise that features singers,… Continue reading

Exceeding the Limits of Foolishness

Thirty-second Sunday in Ordinary Time A wise man once said, “All of us are foolish five times a day; wisdom consists in not exceeding the limit.”  This statement, if at all true, still offers… Continue reading

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