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Pope St. John Paul II & Pope St. John XXIlI: Partners in the Universal Call to Holiness

It surprises many people that the Church will be canonizing both Pope John XXIII and Pope John Paul II this Sunday, April 4/27.  Most of the commentary I’ve read sees this in political terms. That is to say, the perception by many secular observers seems to be that the Church is throwing a bone to liberals [Read More...]

We’re All Pilgrims On A Journey






T on way to canonizationsBlessed John Paul the Second and Blessed John XXIII Pray for Us!


I don’t know what is more amazing; the fact that we are now in the Easter season with Divine Mercy Sunday and the canonizations of Popes John XXIII and John Paul II are upon us, or the fact that I am actually, praise the L...

We’re All Pilgrims On A Journey






T on way to canonizationsBlessed John Paul the Second and Blessed John XXIII Pray for Us!


I don’t know what is more amazing; the fact that we are now in the Easter season with Divine Mercy Sunday and the canonizations of Popes John XXIII and John Paul II are upon us, or the fact that I am actually, praise the L...

We’re All Pilgrims On A Journey






T on way to canonizationsBlessed John Paul the Second and Blessed John XXIII Pray for Us!


I don’t know what is more amazing; the fact that we are now in the Easter season with Divine Mercy Sunday and the canonizations of Popes John XXIII and John Paul II are upon us, or the fact that I am actually, praise the L...

“And the Lord Turned and Looked at Peter”






Church of Saint Peter in GallicantuAs a Catholic talk show host and pilgrimage leader I have had the blessing of taking groups to some of the most sacred and beautiful places on God’s green earth. At the top of the list, of course, would be the Holy Land and Rome. Interestingly enough, I will be head...

“And the Lord Turned and Looked at Peter”






Church of Saint Peter in GallicantuAs a Catholic talk show host and pilgrimage leader I have had the blessing of taking groups to some of the most sacred and beautiful places on God’s green earth. At the top of the list, of course, would be the Holy Land and Rome. Interestingly enough, I will be head...

“And the Lord Turned and Looked at Peter”






Church of Saint Peter in GallicantuAs a Catholic talk show host and pilgrimage leader I have had the blessing of taking groups to some of the most sacred and beautiful places on God’s green earth. At the top of the list, of course, would be the Holy Land and Rome. Interestingly enough, I will be head...

The Gates of Hell Will Not Prevail Against You: Mental Health, Medication, Healing, and Holy Week

One of the most liberating teachings of our Catholic faith is the idea that suffering–though undesirable and not part of God’s original plan–is an inescapable part of living in a fallen world.   That might not sound terrifically liberating on the face of it.  Who wants to suffer?  No one, of course.  But although life [Read More...]

The Gates of Hell Will Not Prevail Against You: Mental Health, Medication, Healing, and Holy Week

One of the most liberating teachings of our Catholic faith is the idea that suffering–though undesirable and not part of God’s original plan–is an inescapable part of living in a fallen world.   That might not sound terrifically liberating on the face of it.  Who wants to suffer?  No one, of course.  But although life [Read More...]

Attachment and Faith Style: How Parenting Affects Your Experience of God

Yesterday, I linked a study reporting that 40% of US children suffer from insecure attachment.  To the degree that anyone thinks about attachment at all, most people tend to think of it in terms of its psychological and relational ramifications.  What fewer people realize is that, because attachment style predicts people’s attitudes toward all their [Read More...]
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