“Go and search diligently for the child…” Matthew 2:8 Today, we celebrate the Feast of the Epiphany. A significant part of the Christmas story. A story of light, prophesy and gifts. As I reflect on the gospel reading this morning,… Read More ›
Trust in the midst of darkness
“My own Jesus, do with me as you wish, as long as you wish, without a single glance at my feelings and pain. I am your own…. I want to satiate your thirst with every single drop of blood that… Read More ›
The first Adorations of our Lord
“In the Mass and in the Eucharistic Adoration we meet the merciful love of God that passes through the heart of Jesus Christ.” Pope John Paul II Today’s reading is a biblical story we have heard many times and is… Read More ›
Opening the gates of the heart
Let the Lord enter, he is king of glory. Psalm 24 Earlier in our Advent journey, we found ourselves looking within to make room for Christ in our heart. As Christmas draws near, we are ready to allow Christ to… Read More ›
What is your security blanket?
“… shall dwell in security.” As we continue our journey through Advent, let us be reminded of our security blanket that is found in God. I’m sure most or all of you have watched Charlie Brown’s Christmas. In this children’s… Read More ›
A fight for your heart
“The LORD will fight for you; you have only to keep still.“ Exodus 14:14 Do you have someone in your life who will always fight for you? What about someone who will always fight for your heart? Will they fight… Read More ›
In distress, He will rescue you
“He will call upon me and I will answer. I will be with him in distress. I will deliver him and give him honor.” Psalm 91:15 Have you called out in prayer in the midst of distress? Have you asked… Read More ›
Drowning – who will rescue you?
“Reach out your hand from on high. Deliver me from the many waters.” Psalm 144:7 Have you ever felt like you were drowning? In our safety meeting at work this week, our home safety topic was on drowning and what… Read More ›
The cross and the sun rays
“The Eucharist is the Sacrament of Love. It signifies Love. It produces love. The Eucharist is the consummation of the whole spiritual life.” St. Thomas Aquinas When I started this blog I really wanted to write about how God has… Read More ›
Have you faced your Goliath today?
“…it is not by sword or spear that the Lord saves. For the battle belongs to the Lord who shall deliver you into our hands.” 1 Samuel 17:47 I’m sure that everyone has heard the story of David and Goliath… Read More ›