On mental health and the Heart of Christ
Late have I loved you, Beauty so ancient and so new, late have I loved you! Lo, you were within, but I outside, seeking there for you, and upon the shapely things you have made I rushed headlong, I, misshapen. You were with me but I was not with you.
Happy 2018! ‘Tis the season! Today, January 1st, is a big day for many people, for it is the day that they take on a particular resolution for the new year. Some of the more common resolutions include: losing weight & getting fit, kicking the habit of smoking/drinking, and
More and more, Millennial Catholics are flocking en massé to traditional practices and devotions, to the horror of many. But is such fear necessary? I awake to the sound of church bells, ringing. It is Sunday morning. Though I worked late the night before, I quickly brush my teeth, shower, and
What two saints and a pope named Francis can teach us about living the Gospel online– an America Magazine exclusive
I am happy to share with you a piece I wrote for America Magazine. Happy feast of St. Francis of Assisi! https://www.americamagazine.org/faith/2017/10/03/what-two-saints-and-pope-named-francis-can-teach-us-about-living-gospel-online#
As I depart Philadelphia for Boston (actually made my train, this time), I am reflecting upon the great experience I had at the Society for Catholic Liturgy’s annual conference. Presenting a paper and discussing theology with numerous scholars is always fun and exciting, but this conference went a bit deeper.