Category: Lent

Palm Sunday

Posted: 4/9/19 | by | Category: Lent, Reflections, Uncategorized

On Palm Sunday we celebrate the entrance of Jesus into the City of Jerusalem. He knows and we know today that this final passage into Jerusalem is a symbol for His final entrance into what will unfold to become the Passion of Jesus Christ. We look back with great clarity. Yet! Underneath all that intellectualContinue Reading »

We are sinners

Posted: 4/5/19 | by | Category: Lent, Reflections, Uncategorized

You are a sinner and so am I and so is every single human being. We are a broken and imperfect race of various peoples. Our one common thread is our own humanity. Do you even care about people whom you know not; people who certainly share in your own humanity? Do you truly careContinue Reading »

The Prodigal Son

Posted: 3/26/19 | by | Category: Lent, Reflections, Uncategorized

Luke’s well renown and much treasured story of The Prodigal Son provides an ancient truth which hits dead center to the way modern societies approach life. In America we as a society are bombarded all day with messages that tell us we must have this or that, and we must go here or there, orContinue Reading »

A day to journey

Posted: 3/20/19 | by | Category: Lent, Reflections, Uncategorized

“This is the day our Lord has made. Let us rejoice and be glad.” These are ancient words which live on in countless hearts and minds. All too often, we “know” these words but we forget them and the basic Truth they succinctly express. At your moment of birth, God breathed life into you. GodContinue Reading »

40 days in the desert

Posted: 3/4/19 | by | Category: Lent, Reflections, Uncategorized

During this Season of Lent, we hear the Holy Word about Jesus spending time in silence, prayer, soul searching and listening to the will of His Father. The emptiness of the desert can be seen as being a physical symbol for the spiritual emptiness, sense of void, even the spiritual poverty so often discovered withinContinue Reading »

This Lent

Posted: 3/4/19 | by | Category: Lent, Reflections, Uncategorized

“For God alone my soul waits in silence; from Him comes my salvation” (Ps62:1) This LENT may we be people of faith whose hearts are on fire as we encounter our Lord and as we wait in silence knowing our Lord is with us. LENT is the season of the liturgical year when we commitContinue Reading »

Palm Sunday

Posted: 3/21/18 | by | Category: Lent, Reflections, Uncategorized

On Palm Sunday we celebrate the entrance of Jesus into the City of Jerusalem. He knows and we know today that this final passage into Jerusalem is a symbol for His final entrance into what will unfold to become the Passion of Jesus Christ. We look back with great clarity. Yet! Underneath all that intellectualContinue Reading »

Teach me your ways

Posted: 2/28/18 | by | Category: Lent, Reflections, Uncategorized

Lord, teach me to follow your footsteps, to bring Your love into the lives of others, to feed the hungry, clothe the naked, visit the sick and the dying, to care for the widow and the orphan, to help the stranger in need, and to serve the least among us. Lord, enable me to upholdContinue Reading »

Listen to Him

Posted: 2/22/18 | by | Category: Lent, Reflections, Uncategorized

At the Transfiguration of Christ were the apostles, Peter, James and John. They actually witnessed this great moment in human history; a particular moment when the Divine entered into a particular place in the unfolding story of humanity in its relationship with God. St Mark writes, that God spoke directly to these three apostles andContinue Reading »