We are socially distancing from each other right now. We need to keep six feet away from each other and other precautions to keep us safe. However, we may feel that we are distanced in more ways than just being six feet away from everyone. We may feel a distance from close friends who we … Continue reading God Draws Close to Us.
One of the fundamental questions we may have about our relationship with God is; if God is perfect and cannot change, how does our prayer impact him? The immediate answer may seem like no, our prayer cannot change God or his mind. However, it appears that Moses convinces God not to do something. Could that … Continue reading Intercessory Prayer and God
Our first reading today comes from the book of Ezekiel. Read the passage below. The angel brought me, Ezekiel,back to the entrance of the temple of the LORD,and I saw water flowing outfrom beneath the threshold of the temple toward the east,for the façade of the temple was toward the east;the water flowed down … Continue reading Living Water Flowing from the Side of Christ
I went to visit my Grandpa last week and spent some time with him. However, because of the Coronavirus, I was limited in being able to see him while I was up there. At the same time, I wasn't able to see two of my sets of Aunts and Uncles because they were either unavailable … Continue reading Loving God and Neighbor During this Crisis
In Pierre Part group of men get together and pray the rosary. A topic that has come up a few times is the importance of spiritual fatherhood and how it lacks in our culture. Many of the men of this group, called The Kings Men, are grandfathers and are concerned about their grandchildren not following … Continue reading St Joseph a Model for Fathers
As I’ve shared with you before, I was introverted in High School, and I still am, of course, but because I was introverted, I didn’t ask many girls out. I was too shy and was scared of rejection to try it that often. However, there was one instance when I invited a girl to the … Continue reading Judged by our Internal Acts
I haven’t done much cooking, but I do remember one instance in my life that I did cook a gumbo, by myself and just with a recipe a friend gave me. I was at a small summer program, and we had limited food options on the weekends, so I decided to cook gumbo for the … Continue reading The Seasoning of the Earth
As you may know, last weekend, I was on the march for life. A phrase that we constantly used throughout this trip was. “what do we want? A culture of life. How do we get it? Prayer and sacrifice.” In many ways, this phrase was lived out during our trip. For me, one of the … Continue reading Mary’s Suffering