I have written several religious formation books for use in the classroom, I have tackled Mosses and the flight from slavery, I have looked at the Book of Acts and even delved into the Catechism of the Catholic Church, but the one book I have always wanted to take on was the Book of Job. … Continue reading Job, Me and Lent
Master, how do I carry my cross? Master, what shall I use to fashion my cross? Master, how do I humble myself? Master, how do I live my life as a follower of you when I am but a simple human? Lent is a time of reflection, a time to reflect upon the cross of … Continue reading I don't have a cross…
I think we all have days where we feel like Job, that the whole world is out for me and that God has left me to my own devices. Job, that poor man, was a good and honest man, deeply faithful and rich in both material and spiritual ways. But Job, because of his … Continue reading Rediscover the power of Responsibility
Today as I was driving in to work I was listening to one of the CD’s I have concerning the Catholic Faith. This particular CD was on the Eucharist and the true presence of Jesus in. The presenter asked the question “Do you believe that Jesus is God?” seems like a simple question really, I … Continue reading How do you know?
Today Catholics all around the world are being reminded that our earthly bodies came from the dust of the earth and will return to the dust. Today is Ash Wednesday, the start of Lent. We, as Catholics will get the ash sign of the cross upon our foreheads, abstain from meat and fast. It is … Continue reading From the Ash
How do we know that we are living a life that Christ wants us to live? This has to be a burning for most if not all Christians. If our life goal is to please God to be Christ like, than what is our gauge, how do we know we are achieving what we set … Continue reading Lent and her three children
Over the past few weeks I have been really diving in to listening to CD’s and reading books to help me deepen my spirituality. It is all in preparation to Lent, I really want to make this Lent a deeper lent than I have ever had. So I purchased some CD’s on the Catholic faith … Continue reading Lent Check list
Over the past two weeks I have been listening to talks on CD’s on my ride in to work. I try to listen to Catholic radio on my ride, but the signal is so week in the morning that all I get is static mixed in with talk, so it’s kind of hard. So I … Continue reading Resurrection of yourself
As a Catholic I am getting ready to start Lent, a time of reflection and fasting. Lent offers us chance to look back over our life and reflect on what we have done and what we have become. Lent also offers us the opportunity to look forward to reflect on what we want to do … Continue reading Reflect
“I do believe in fairies, I do! I DO!” “I do believe in fairies, I do! I DO!” “I do believe in fairies, I do! I DO!” For anyone who has seen the live action movie “Peter Pan” you may remember this scene, Tinker Bell had drank Peters “medicine” that Caption Hook has poisoned, and … Continue reading I do believe in fairies, I do! I DO!