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.
I come from a musical family and I picked up some of those tendencies as well. I played trombone a large portion of my life and recently I’ve been teaching myself how to play the piano. I got so good at playing the piano that a handful of times in the seminary I played for … Continue reading The Hope for a New Creation
When I was in high school, it had been many years since I had been to confession. I went to my first reconciliation and then had no desire to go again until many years later. That desire changed when I was a freshman in High School. I was at a weekend-long conference called the Steubenville … Continue reading God Removes our Burdens
I may have shared with you before that I had a surgery on my chest. I was born with pectus excuvatum a condition that caused my chest to be caved in slightly. In order to fix it, they had to do some major surgery. They called it minimally invasive but for me, it didn’t feel … Continue reading God in the midsts of our suffering
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