Keeping it short and sweet this month... with Lent starting, lots of liturgical living will be taking place everyday! Besides those added sacrifices and prayers, we'll be adding these simple celebrations to our March calendar
I've found this interesting trend among those who are "young" in the faith (no matter what age they are). I've witnessed it countless times: a fear of questioning God. I think it usually starts with good intentions; the individual recognizes the fact that God is the Creator and he or she is just a creature...... Continue Reading →
You've probably heard of it. You can also probably deduce what takes place on this day simply by the name of the feast "The Presentation of Mary" -- but have you ever stopped to think and reflect on what this feast really means for you in your life today?
“Remember --sin hurts!” he would say as the last bell of the week rang and his high school juniors would race out the door. My co-worker was a fellow religion teacher, in charge of our morality curriculum, and had a personality that lightened the mood of any tense situation. He could say difficult things to... Continue Reading →
“The New Testament lies hidden in the Old, and the Old Testament is unveiled in the New.” ~St. Augustine This is a fairly well known quote from Augustine, and also, a fairly well known truth. This mysterious “intertwining” is one of my favorite things about Scripture. It catches my attention, locks me in, and leads... Continue Reading →
The answer to this is pretty simple: because Jesus is the King. This is confusing for those of us who came into the world while monogamous marriages are the norm. Most recent monarchs had one wife (or at least one at a time [*cough*cough* Henry VIII *cough*cough*), and in our experience, the title of Queen always... Continue Reading →