6 November, Sunday — Trusting in the Lord’s Faithfulness

32nd Sunday in Ordinary Time 2 Mac 7:1-2,9-142 Ths 2:16-3:5Lk 20:27-38 But the Lord is faithful… Today’s second reading reminds us that trusting in the Lord’s faithfulness allows us to draw strength from Him; and in the process we strengthen ourselves. I was fortunate enough to experience various types of faith formation growing up. It... Continue Reading →

28 June, Monday – The joy of the Holy Spirit

Jun 28 – St. Irenaeus, bishop, martyr Irenaeus (c.130–202) was a disciple of St. Polycarp of Smyrna. He was ordained in 177. He was Bishop of Lugdunum, Gaul (modern Lyons, France). He worked and wrote against Gnosticism, basing his arguments on the works of St. John the Apostle, whose gospel is often cited by Gnostics. He... Continue Reading →

28 April, Wednesday – Walking the Talk

28 Apr – Memorial for St. Peter Chanel, priest & martyr; Memorial for St. Louis-Marie Grignion de Montfort, priest St. Peter Chanel (1803-1841) was born to a peasant family and was a shepherd as a boy. He was an excellent student and was ordained at 24. He was assigned to Crozet, a parish in decline; he... Continue Reading →

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