“These are the wounds I wish for Lord…” Wounds. We all have them. Some we don’t want. Others we try to hide and still others we can’t help but recall from time to time, if not every day. Wounds make us who we are. Wounds cut. They hurt. They go shallow and they go deep.Continue reading “These are the wounds I wish for Lord…”
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Christ should be manifest in our whole life: how to achieve Christian perfection
As I sit here on the shores of Lake Atitlan this morning, the Office of Readings this morning had provided another gem to chew on and mull over. From a treatise on Christian Perfection by Saint Gregory of Nyssa, bishop (PG 46, 283-286) Christ should be manifest in our whole life “The life of theContinue reading “Christ should be manifest in our whole life: how to achieve Christian perfection”
I am pleased to join with the other 1.2 billion Catholics right now in welcoming his Holiness Pope Francis the 266 Supreme Pontiff of the Holy Roman Catholic CHurch. Started by Christ in 33AD and still bringing the Gospel to all corners of the world! Proud to give my loyalty and my prayers to theContinue reading “Habemus Papam!”
Why we still use Bells and smells to elect a pope…
Why we still use Bells and smells to elect a pope… Oh wait, well I guess smoke does smell. Haha, check out this neat article over at CNS. The online world is starting to come alive with conclave starting so soon!!
The Room of Tears
Known to be a room where the new pontiff sheds tears of being overwhelmed with emotion, but also of happiness and sorrow as he prepares to lead the church that Christ has given us.
Fantasy Conclave Fantasy Conclave, yes you heard it right! This is a neat way to have fun and learn about the process of electing a new pope as well! And it’s free, with a $300 prize. Go ahead, have some fun and join the Fantasy Conclave!