Last night, I was in church for the Living Stations. The junior high kids were leading it and they did an awesome job. They even got me to shed a few tears along the way. I’m half Italian: we just do that! But what was it that got to me and caused those tears: 1.… Continue reading Men’s Ministry Lenten Breakfast Talk: How Do Men Observe Lent?
Readings: Matthew 1:18-25; Matthew 3:1-7 Godspell: “Prepare Ye” and “Save the People” One of the single greatest mysteries of our faith is the Incarnation of Christ. When you stop to think about it, who are we that the Author of all Life should take on our own corrupt and broken form and become one of… Continue reading CREEDS Retreat Conference I: Advent and the Incarnation of Christ
Today’s readings In today’s Gospel we find out that Jesus is not above asking a trick question or two to get people’s attention. He asks today, “If a man has a hundred sheep and one of them goes astray, will he not leave the ninety-nine in the hills and go in search of the stray?”… Continue reading Tuesday of the Second Week of Lent
Today’s readings The thing is, you know, the Pharisee was quite right. His righteousness was beyond reproach. He has been innocent of greed, dishonesty and adultery. He has been more pious than even the law requires. Fasting was only required once a year, on the Day of Atonement, but he fasts twice a week. Tithes… Continue reading Thirtieth Sunday of Ordinary Time