25 August, Tuesday — Will you wash the feet?

Aug 25 – Memorial for St. Louis of France, married man; Memorial for St. Joseph Calasanz, priest, religious founder As king of France, Louis (1214-1270) made numerous judicial and legislative reforms. He promoted Christianity in France; established religious foundations, aided mendicant orders, propagated synodal decrees of the Church, built leper hospitals, and collected relics. “In prosperity, give thanks... Continue Reading →

15 June, Monday — Walk another mile…

Monday of Week 11 in Ordinary Time 1 Kgs 21:1-16  Mt 5:38-42  ….offer no resistance. Offering resistance. That can be an easy thing to do. I resist the knowledge to eat healthy when something sweet and gooey is before my eyes. I resist rising early when I stay up too late. I resist helping another when... Continue Reading →

14 April, Tuesday – We’ve been caught off-guard

Acts 2:36-41Jn 20:11-18 …change your hearts and lives So many words to describe this moment in time. This global moment. Unknown. Scary. Peculiar.  Confusing. Fearful. Strange. Daunting. Difficult. Trusting. And those words often describe us when we are faced with the decision of knowing who Jesus is, or KNOWING JESUS.  I have always known the... Continue Reading →

13 April, Monday – Running on empty

Acts 2:14, 22-33Mt 28:8-15 …went away quickly from the tomb, fearful yet overjoyed, and ran to announce the news to his disciples. When I think of running I envision children. Children run. Constantly. With reckless abandon and joy. Laughing, shouting, even tripping over themselves. Children run to friends, run to fun, run to their parents.... Continue Reading →

12 April, Sunday – But you never asked

Easter Sunday Acts 10:34a, 37-43Col 3:1-4John 20:1-9 …the stone had been rolled away. It’s Easter Sunday! He is Risen!! As soon as the stone is rolled away, the resurrection of Christ is made known to man! Easter has begun – yet no one alive at that moment knows this pivotal fact; that at this precise... Continue Reading →

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