Monthly Archives: October 2016


  Homily for 31st Sunday of Ordinary Time, October 30, 2016 +2

Posted in Homily, Uncategorized | Leave a comment

Pioneer Saint

What a cool story!  I must admit that I had never heard of Saint Mother Theodore. +3

Posted in Video Reflection | Leave a comment

Fellow Citizens

Do not ever believe that you are alone in your faith.  You are not.  In fact, you have an entire community that will support you if you ask for help.  It’s called the body of Christ. Brothers and sisters: You … Continue reading

Posted in Reflection | 1 Comment

Satan is Real

It might surprise you to learn that many people do not believe in the devil.  Even some Christians deny that Satan is real.  Oh, sure they believe in evil, but they think that evil is just a product of bad … Continue reading

Posted in Reflection | Leave a comment

Liberation from ISIS

Pray for these suffering people! +7

Posted in Video Reflection | 1 Comment

A Mustard Seed

How much faith do we need? As much as possible.  But even a faith as small as a mustard seed can lead us to Christ. Jesus said, “What is the Kingdom of God like? To what can I compare it? … Continue reading

Posted in Reflection | 1 Comment

Children of Light

All of us have to decide for ourselves whether we will live as children of light or whether we will choose the path of darkness.  It would seem to be an easy choice, but it is not. Darkness is so seductive, … Continue reading

Posted in Reflection | 2 Comments