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Salt

Salt

“Salt” is the third in a series of videos which attempt to relate issues of scripture and faith to modern culture.

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Vacation Time

Vacation Time

  I will be away for vacation until June 3. See you then!

Homilies

Signs of the Kingdom

Signs of the Kingdom

Signs make other people take notice. They set us apart and validate the power and the truth of the message. Words are not enough!

Homilies

The Difference Between Sheep and Cows

The Difference Between Sheep and Cows

One way to understand the biblical image of the shepherd and the sheep is to appreciate the difference between sheep and cows.

Video

A Hint

A Hint

Why do people believe in a God who guides their lives? People believe because when they examine their own experience they find indications, hints if you will, that there is a power in this world other than chance.

Bible Study

The Peril of Holy Week

The Peril of Holy Week

If we listen to the accounts of Jesus’ passion without reflection, we can draw the false conclusion that the Jewish people are responsible for the crucifixion of Christ.

Video

Heartbreak

Heartbreak

What can we do when pain and loss enter our lives? Although we cannot explain evil, we can negotiate its presence though acceptance and “throwing together.”

Homilies

The Anger That Is Good

The Anger That Is Good

Constructive anger is healthy. It helps us identify what is wrong, and it motivates us to work against it.

Books

Punctuating the Resurrection

Punctuating the Resurrection

“Jesus has been raised” How would you punctuate that sentence? Choose carefully. It could change your life.

Homilies

Mothers Who Affirm Life

Mothers Who Affirm Life

Mothers give life, but real mothers give more than physical life. They impart to their children the awareness of their own value and worth.

Homilies

Pruning the Dead Away

Pruning the Dead Away

Cutting off what is dead is not cruelty, but an act of a loving God. If we want life, we must let God take what is dead and prune it away.

Homilies

Good News, Bad News, and Faith

Good News, Bad News, and Faith

A 2,000-year-old Taoist story can offer a particular perspective on Jesus’ Transfiguration.