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education, Ignatian Spirituality, inspiration, reflections

The Holy Trinity

This Sunday is Trinity Sunday and you can find readings¬†for this weekend’s mass here. But just what the heck is the Holy Trinity anyway? ¬†We...
Campus Ministry, Canisius, Clergy and Laity, education, Ignatian Spirituality, inspiration, mental illness, Pope Francis, Pray, prayer, spiritual direction, violence, viral videos, vocation, Work, young adult ministry

Can We Heal Wounds?

When the horror of September 11th came upon the United States my friends with children fought vigorously to keep their children away from the television...
Campus Ministry, education, forgiveness, inspiration, vocation, young adult ministry

First Day at School Memories

While many of my friends are sending their kids off to their first day of school and my wife heads in to her first day...
Clergy and Laity, education, gratitude

Beyond Bread and Wine

So the past few days, I’ve been talking a bit about communion with friends. I posted the following on Facebook: Ok folks…here’s one for the...
Campus Ministry, education, mental illness

Concealed on Campus

From this morning’s NY Times: For more than 30 years, the University of Colorado has enforced a sensible policy banning guns from its campuses. The...
Atheism, Campus Ministry, education, inspiration, Interfaith, reflections, science, Technology & Religion, Wacky theology, young adult ministry

Higgs Boson Does Not Disprove God

There’s a few items on my mind with regards to the discovery of the Higgs Boson particle, an amazing event in the world of physics,...
Catholics and World Events, Clergy and Laity, education

Just Love, By Example

Sr. Margaret Farley whose book was deemed as not being in conformity with Catholic teaching released the following statement yesterday: I have received the official...
education, How I met my ministry, inspiration, reflections
Abortion, Catholics and World Events, Clergy and Laity, death penalty, Discernment, education, inspiration, Interfaith, politics, social justice, Wacky theology, young adult ministry

Voices of Hope and Doom

E.J. Dionne has a great column today in the Washington Post and he rightly points out that the voices of doom seem to be all...
Discernment, education, inspiration

Rebuilding Christ’s Church

Congratulations to Br. Dan Horan, OFM, who will be ordained this coming week and who just graduated as the Valedictorian of the last class at...