Turn on the evening news, open the newspaper, go to whatever news website you go to and it is pretty much the same news day in and day out. There is some war somewhere, there is crime all over the place, more people being killed. You can begin to ask yourself, when is this going… Continue reading 25th Sunday in Ordinary Time Year B
In last week’s gospel we heard Jesus call the first four apostles. We heard how Jesus walking along the sea called Peter James and John with that simply invitation “follow me.” We saw how Peter, Andrew, James, and John, heard that invitation and left their business behind and followed Him. We heard how they heard… Continue reading 4th Sunday in Ordinary Time Year B
Five weeks ago, last Sunday our nation was shaken by the mass shooting in Las Vegas and then last Sunday we were once again saddened to hear of another mass shooting at the Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs Texas. There is no doubt, the world around us is dark and we can easily… Continue reading 32nd Sunday in Ordinary Time Year A
My brothers and sisters never forget the devil but keep your attention focused on Christ.
“While much of our pop culture presents us with cosmic battles between good and evil, this simply is not the case. Evil is nothing more than a lack of the good and as soon as goodness enters the good always wins. Evil is simply an absence of the good just as dark is the absence of light; and just as the moment light enters into a dark room, the darkness ceases to exist, so too the moment good enters into evil, the evil ceases to exist.”