One of my major pastoral priorities in the archdiocese is to cultivate the spirituality of stewardship.
This week is the third in a trilogy of columns inspired by “Mother Teresa: Come Be My Light” — a book of formerly unpublished writings of this remarkable contemporary saint.
Last week, I shared some reflections inspired by the book “Mother Teresa: Come Be My Light,” a commentary on some of the previously unpublished writings of the saint of Calcutta.
I recently read "Mother Teresa: Come Be My Light — The Private Writings of the Saint of Calcutta.”
You may never hear me make this request to you again, but I want you to go to the movies.
During the homily for the installation of a new pastor, I preach about the many expectations we have for priests today.
Does it make any difference to what church or faith community one belongs?
Recently, I received a letter from a teenager who said that her grandmother, who is a Baptist, believes that she and other Catholic members of her family are going to hell.
I spend a fair amount of time on airplanes or in airports.
Many years ago, I was making a private retreat. Also on retreat that week at the same center was a group of Universalist Unitarians.