Do what challenges you

In college, I majored in Religious Studies, worked for campus ministry and led almost every retreat for my high school and college that I possibly could. I attended daily Mass and lived in a Christian community on campus. So it was probably no surprise to my peers when I chose…

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Reconciliation, redemption and resurrection

Most Catholics have heard of the Franciscans, Dominicans and Benedictines. The Franciscans work for the poor and the Dominicans are preachers. Benedictines are known for their contributions to liturgy. Fewer Catholics have heard of “Precious Blood Spirituality” and even less know what it means. A year ago, I introduced our…

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On our way

As we remember those who have gone before us and leaving us their example, I keep thinking that all of us are “on our way.” Just recently I attended a national conference which had as its thrust, “missionary discipleship.” For me these two themes fit together for several reasons. Since…

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