WOE SHEPHERDS

Rarely does the first reading, let alone the first words of the first reading kind of stop me in my tracks as today’s did.  The prophet Jeremiah begins with the word  “WOE” - (which, in…

WHATS IN YOUR BAG?

The last time I was able to travel to Italy was over 5 years ago (and after over a year of basically not going anywhere, it feels even longer than that) But truth be told,…

FEELING LIKE A FAILURE

Have you ever felt like a failure?  Or maybe a better question is “when was the last time you felt like a failure?”  since more than likely each of us has gone through that experience…

IX – DIVIDED KINGDOM

DAY 162: 1 Kings 12; 2 Chronicles 10-11; Song of Solomon 1 WHERE DIVISION COMES FROM A week with Jesus was probably what we needed in our biblical pilgrimage!  When we last left the Old…

MORE THAN WORDS

Along with courses in scripture, sacraments, church history, morality, we had a couple of classes in seminary that tried to help us learn how to act in pastoral situations - encounters whereas a priest we…

GOD IS GOOD – Summer 2021 Appeal

SUMMER APPEAL 2021 This week, Redhawk Catholic - Newman Catholic at MSU kicked off our first appeal since the pandemic hit (our last formal appeal was December 2019) Grateful to already two days since the…

JESUS, DO YOU NOT CARE?

“Do you not care” - the words kind of jump off the page when you read them.  The apostles have that very raw outcry to Jesus in the midst of what is described as a…

#ACrippleHasWalked – AND OTHER MIRACLES

For those of you who aren’t familiar with Twitter, when you log into the social-media site, there’s a listing titled “what’s happening” that is updated pretty frequently to tell you the main topics being discussed…