As you may know, MLB baseball started up about a month ago. I am a fan of the Cleveland Indians, and they were playing the Pittsburg Pirates the other night. The game came down to a close play, a home run that may have been foul. They went to video replay and said the call … Continue reading Baseball and the Pope
As you may know, we ordained a Priest and a Deacon to the Church. Fr. Mathew Dunn and Deacon Taylor Sanford. I encourage you to pray for them as they begin their ministry. I wasn’t able to attend the ordination because of the COVID restrictions. However, I did watch it on TV with Fr. Al. … Continue reading Nothing separates us from God’s Love
No Text this week.
There was one weekend I was old enough for my parents to be away and I could be at home by myself and take care of myself with supervision. I remember at the time getting a little angry over something that did not matter and because of it I accidentally broke something in the house … Continue reading Our Father’s Love
During my time in the seminary I was an early raiser. Our mornings would start about 7am with breakfast, morning prayer at 7:30 and our first class at 8am. I am sure there were some guys in seminary who got up at 7am, quickly showered in time for morning prayer and then eat breakfast after … Continue reading Food for the Journey
There is a gesture that we do every day, and maybe multiple times a day that I know for me happens without much thought. I am sure you are familiar with it. If there were holy water in the church, you would have made it entering the church. We all made this sign as we … Continue reading Sign of the Cross