The Source of Christian Peace

Tuesday April 30, 2024

Our history is overflowing with Christians rejoicing in the face of tremendous trial and yes even death. What is the cause of this peace and joy? There is only one source of this peace. The Gospel we read today provides the secret. 


Reclaim Sunday for God

Sunday April 28, 2024


Feast of St. Mark

Thursday April 25, 2024

Traditional tells us that St. Mark, whose Feast Day we celebrate today, wrote his Gospel in the seat of Roman imperial power. This was a treasonous act, according to Rome. For the Christian proclaims a revolutionary act, Christ is King.


Read the Acts of the Apostles

Wednesday April 24, 2024

If you're wondering which book of the Bible to read next, may I humbly recommend the fast-paced, hard-hitting, Acts of the Apostles. It tells the dramatic story of the beginning of our Church. What makes this book even more compelling is…


The One Time the People Left Jesus

Saturday April 20, 2024

With today's Gospel passage, we now come to the end of the controversial John 6, where our Lord teachings about his True Presence in the Eucharist. It's the deal breaker for many of his followers. They simply cannot accept that his "flesh…


"My Flesh is True Food"

Friday April 19, 2024

Once you recognize Jesus in the Holy Eucharist, your Christian life will never be the same again. 


True Beauty

Thursday April 18, 2024

What makes for true beauty? We easily spend effort and time to make our bodies look beautiful, but what about our souls? 


What it takes to be the Greatest

Tuesday April 16, 2024

If your basketball fan, the perennial back and forth argument is, "Who is the greatest player ever?" Is it Michael Jordan, Lebron James, Kobe Bryant or someone else. Regardless of who you choose, the quality that makes them great parallels…


Jesus is the "Expiation" For Our Sins

Sunday April 14, 2024

In our Second Reading today, John uses a very specific word to refer to what the death of Jesus did, "expiation." The original greek word is "hilasmos," which is direct reference to the Day of Atonement, the holiest day of the Jewish…