God Does Not Lie

Thursday January 26, 2023

As Christians we are always tempted to conform to the ways of the world and change our teaches to align with the current trends. We must resist. Like our Lord, we are called to transform society, not the other way around. As the Church…


From Killer To Saint

Wednesday January 25, 2023

He went from a killer to a saint in a matter of seconds. The direction of his life changed radically on that road to Damascus (Cf. Acts 9:1-22). To a persecutor of the faith he loathed to the Church's greatest evangelist, St. Paul's…


Where It All Began

Sunday January 22, 2023


Why We Are "Roman" Catholic

Friday January 20, 2023

Have you ever wondered why we are "Roman" Catholic and not just Catholic? The courageous, 3rd century saint, we remember today shows us why. 


Looking For True Healing

Thursday January 19, 2023

We all want healing in some way or another. We all want that magic pill to make the pain go away. In today's Gospel, we see why the suffering came to Jesus in droves, almost crushing him. They understood the secret -- Jesus is that "magic…


Called To Be Holy

Sunday January 15, 2023

We're not all meant to have churches named after us but we're all called to be holy, glorious, eye-blistering saints. Impossible you say? Your sins are too big? Your love too small? Your faith is more fragile than a snowflake? If this is…


Come Out From Hiding

Saturday January 14, 2023

Have you ever felt ashamed in the eyes of someone? Genesis chapter 3 reveals why. It depicts the fall of our first parents, Adam and Eve. Immediately after the first bite of the Forbidden Fruit, sin rushes in faster than the ocean water…


What An Exorcist Told Me

Friday January 13, 2023

Last week I was in Napa for a priest conference. Over 180 priests from all over the country gathered for a week of talks on Sacred Scripture and prayer. I ran into old friends whom I haven't seen since my seminary days. One in particular,…


Humanity Is Hardwired For Worship

Thursday January 12, 2023

When Augustine converted to Catholicism he finally found the peace he had been thirsting for. He did not find it in the popular philosophies of his day, nor in a job title, or prestige, or bodily pleasure but rather in a person -- Jesus…