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I feel compelled to say something on this feast of St. Joseph the worker. I have been silent as of late, but I am working on some things that I will likely post as multiple part series. Dear St. Joseph, … Continue reading
Peter had been long vexed, long worried, long wondering what the consequences would be. Would he still be the Lord’s rock, would he still be Peter? Or would John take over. After all, John was there to the bitter end. … Continue reading
What is the most defining characteristic of the Divine Life, the mutual love of the Father, Son, and Holy Ghost? I think the obvious answer is gift. Giving and receiving of the Divine Persons is Love, and first and foremost, … Continue reading
A quick word on St. Joseph’s Day! What struck me about Pope Francis’ installation homily was his reference to tenderness. He said we should not be afraid of tenderness, of goodness. This, along with his challenge that we should protect … Continue reading