Advent: A time for anticipation, and patience
As a lifelong Catholic who loves the Church, defends her publicly, and tries my best to follow her teachings, I have observed a phenomenon over the years. It has become very obvious to me that some of my brothers and sisters in the Church have a serious moral superiority complex in regards to other Christian … Continue reading Christians Need to Love One Another
When you see the atrocities taking place in Syria today, as well as in other areas of the Middle East, involving the burning of Christian churches and the destruction of entire Christian communities, it really makes you thankful that you live here, in America.America, where Christians are safe. Not only safe, but where Christian ideals … Continue reading Christianity clearly under attack in America
One of my favorite things to do over the past few years has been serving my local Catholic parish church, Saint Christopher's, as a lector. I get to utilize the gift of public speaking that was given to me by God in presenting his Word to my community of believers. That is, quite frankly, a … Continue reading You are worthy
This weekend marks Palm Sunday, the beginning of one of the two holiest weeks in the Christian calendar.On Palm Sunday we remember Jesus' entering the city of Jerusalem in Triumph to an explosion of good will, palm branch waving, and shouts of "Hosana" before undertaking the most important activities of his life.These events included the overturning … Continue reading Christ will come again…when?