The good shepherd

Fourth Sunday of Easter

May 12, 2019

One message from our readings today is that we are to be hope filled people. Yes, we are to be people alive with the Spirit of God in the midst of a world that is... Read more


Words that Bring Life

May 11, 2019

We are an Easter people and Alleluia is song! We celebrate a risen Jesus. His victory over death will be our victory some day. The readings of the Easter season from... Read more

St. damien

Leper For Christ

May 10, 2019

Leprosy, or Hansen’s disease, was little known throughout Europe when St. Damien of Molokai was born in Belgium in 1840. Bur when he died at the age of 49,... Read more


The Passion of Christ is an Ocean of God’s Love

May 9, 2019

In today’s Scripture readings we have an example of the early Church trying to explain the meaning of Jesus’ terrible death. At the time of Jesus death his... Read more


In the Breaking of the Bread

May 8, 2019

Today’s reading from Acts of the Apostles reveals how vehemently Saul persecuted the fledgling Christian church. Its tenets were so far divergent from what he... Read more

St. stephen

Tuesday of the Third Week of Easter

May 7, 2019

The story of St. Stephen’s death in the Acts of the Apostles make me think about what often happens in our world every day. Stephen is just being a good and... Read more

The work of the Lord

May 6, 2019

As you know, Deacon Stephen was the first martyr. Of the seven who were anointed and appointed deacons, Stephen gets an honorable mention because of his wisdom from... Read more


With Hands Stretched Out

May 5, 2019

There is one part of this Sunday’s gospel I like you to think about because it deals with something that will be part of all our lives. Its Jesus’... Read more