Four ingredients of hope

Sitting in the airport waiting for a flight one day, I took out my book and began to read. After a few minutes, the gentleman sitting beside … Read More

Outreach to inmates

Recently I was reading a new publication from the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops entitled, “Living as Missionary Disciples: A Resource for Evangelization.” This publication is very … Read More

The Paris Agreement and global solidarity

President Donald Trump is taking time to listen to his advisers on whether the United States should honor the Paris Agreement on climate change. The administration has … Read More

How do other churches express stewardship?

Recently I was doing some research for a presentation for Stewardship Day. The preparation required me to explore churches of many denominations and how they approached stewardship … Read More

A mother’s reflection on first Communion

The month of May ushers in beautiful spring weather and celebrations such as Mother’s Day, first Communion and school and college graduations. Recently, my eldest son made … Read More

What Catholics believe about angels

I’d like to speak to you a bit about angels. Yes, angels, those spiritual creatures that watch over us and serve God our creator. I’d like to … Read More