Ancient Cancel Culture

Posted on March 8, 2023
“Cancel Culture” goes back to ancient times, and it is something Christians continue to face today. Yet you are called to respond to this culture with the patience and endurance of Jeremiah and Jesus. Click HERE to watch.  

How Do I Know if I Made the Wrong Choice?

Posted on March 8, 2023
Each day of our lives we make countless decisions. Many of them have small consequences, good or bad. But what about the BIG decisions we make, like what career to be in, who to marry, or what vocation to follow? [read more...]

The Sacraments: Introduction

Posted on March 6, 2023
In our Baptism Preparation class, we will often ask if the collective group can name all 7 sacraments in the Catholic Church.  Typically, it’s fairly easy to come up with 6, but the last one usually stumps our young parents [read more...]

Lenten Hunger Pangs

Posted on March 6, 2023
The readings for this Sunday speak about physical and spiritual thirst and hunger. In the first reading, the Chosen People found themselves irritable and impatient because they lacked food and water. They started to doubt God’s care, asking: Is God [read more...]

Jesus Was Born to a Teen Mom

Posted on March 6, 2023
This is a story about people jumping to conclusions and judging others without grace or mercy. And it’s also a story of incredible grace and forgiveness. This is a story about people jumping to conclusions and judging others without grace [read more...]


Posted on February 28, 2023
When Jesus was transfigured before the Apostles, they saw what Jesus would look like in all of His glory after the Resurrection. In the Eastern Catholic and Orthodox Churches, the Transfiguration is understood as Christ revealing to the Apostles what [read more...]

Jesus Had to Control His Outrage, Too

Posted on February 27, 2023
If anyone knew the temptation to retaliate, it was Jesus. He was spit upon. He was falsely accused. He was challenged by powerful men and even mocked publicly. But how did Jesus respond? Sometimes he said nothing. Other times, he [read more...]

Lent’s Spiritual Desert

Posted on February 21, 2023
“Lent is a new beginning, a path leading to the certain goal of Easter, Christ’s victory over death. This season urgently calls us to conversion. Christians are asked to return to God ‘with all their hearts’ (Joel 2:12), to refuse [read more...]

Jesus Felt Heartbreak, Too

Posted on February 20, 2023
Jesus had great compassion. Everywhere he went, he sought to alleviate suffering. He ministered to the sick, injured, and outcasts. In those days, people who were afflicted with leprosy were isolated in leper colonies. While others shunned them, Jesus treated [read more...]