Monthly Archives: December 2018

The Answer to Division is Charity, Forgiveness, and Communion

I’ve been spending this Advent trying to enter into stillness and waiting. I am very bad at both. I’m a person of action, so being told that I’m to sit still and wait for God’s mission for me has been difficult. It’s felt more like a wrestling match than stillness. A lot has happened within […]

Advent Talk: Preparing for the Comings of Christ Through Charity and Mercy

I recently presented an Advent talk to my parish on preparing for the comings of Christ by growing in charity and mercy. I will be adding more video content as time goes on. I hope you have a very blessed Advent! P.S. I know some of my thoughts only apply to those of us in […]

Catholic Exchange: Our Need for Stillness in Advent

The liturgical year, in union with creation, often shows us what we need most throughout the year. We begin Advent and the new liturgical year in late fall. It is a time when those of us in the northern hemisphere experience stillness, quiet, and a sense of waiting in creation. The trees are bare and […]