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In many ways one can consider February to be the month of love. While one can argue that Valentine’s Day is too secular or notorious in our culture, Valentine’s Day is a wonderful time to reflect on the true meaning of love. When speaking of love, it seems that one of two extremes is usually […]Read More
It was about 8:30 am on a Monday morning. I had taken a quick stop into the bathroom after doing my routine email check and coffee mug fill up at work. As I was washing my hands in the bathroom, I glanced up at the mirror and there it was: a great big smudge of […]Read More
I’m blessed to have a 4-day work week, at least most weeks, so I’m home with the kids on most Fridays. With three kids 4 years of age or younger, I never quite know what we are going to get ourselves into. This particular Friday, not that long ago, was a doozy! Our youngest, Charlie, […]Read More
*CRUNCH CRUNCH CRUNCH* Those are the sounds of my lovely wife of 6 years eating chips on the couch while watching TV. Now, for those of you who don’t know, crunching and eating noises are my pet peeve (that might be an understatement). My family and friends have diagnosed me with misophonia, a diagnosis for […]Read More
I recently read an older homily from Pope Francis on the resurrected Jesus. In this homily, Pope Francis was reflecting on Jesus’ encounter with the apostle, Thomas, and the Pope had this to say: “Jesus reveals himself with his wounds […] His whole body was clean, beautiful, full of life, but the wounds were and […]Read More
I’m a little late in chiming in on the World the Meeting of Families. I have spent the past few days feeling overwhelmed from an incredible and exhausting pilgrimage to Philadelphia. My mind still seems to be spinning from this life-changing experience. The week was jam-packed with amazing speakers, large scale painting and service projects, […]Read More
WMOF: Day 2 – Part 3 – The 2-yr Old Lesson The picture above illustrates our son leaning on pane of glass which is restricting him from falling approximately 80 feet to the ground. You can see in the top middle of the picture the cars on the street below to get an idea of […]Read More
World Meeting of Families: Day 2 – Part 2 While I was back at the hotel room with our 2-yr old, Dee was attending a session by Archbishop Michael Miller titled, The School of the Heart: Parents as Primary Catechists. In this session, he outlined 10 tips for passing on and building our Faith in […]Read More
Day 2: World Meeting of Families – Part 1 We started the day with taking our 8-yr old to the youth conference and then heading to Mass, with our sleepy 2-yr old, where we enjoyed the celebration with thousands of our newest friends. The Mass was a great celebration and it was great to see […]Read More