October 10, 2021 Mark 10:17-31 Isn’t that Bernardone’s son? What is he up to? What do you think he is doing? You know I have heard some crazy stories about him coming from the countryside. People have seen him trying to have conversation with the animals. He even seems to think he can rebuild that… Continue reading Don’t Make it Difficult
Matthew 3:1-12 May the spirit of wisdom and understanding, the spirit of counsel and might, and the spirit of knowledge and fear of the Lord come to us in the proclamation of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Amen. It is usually around this time of year when the weather starts turning cold that I find… Continue reading A Call from the Wilderness!
Luke 14:25-33 It is not unlikely that your first response when hearing Jesus’ words of the gospel lesson brought about a bit of uncertainty. Who must we hate? Why must we hate them? This is quite the challenge that Jesus has presented. However, it may be easy for some as family relationships may be strained… Continue reading Laying Yourself Bare
As we look across the Christian landscape within the United States there are many denominations with varying degrees of theology which guide their doctrine and practices. It is the hope of many to be able to work on an ecumenical level with our sisters and brothers in Christ. We do not always have the… Continue reading Book Review: Every Living Thing, General Editor: Christine Gutleben
St. Francis has got to be one of the most popular saints spoken of around the world. The election of a new Pope and his decision of choosing Francis as his namesake has only garnered more attention in the last couple of years. Yesterday, October 4, was the Feast Day for St. Francis, and I… Continue reading The way of St. Francis