Exodus

When making any life-altering decisions, we’ve really got to question our motives. If our motivation for change isn’t really worthwhile then we are likely to fall off the wagon sooner rather than later. Beginning about mid-February I had come upon another weight loss plateau. I didn’t have to look very far to see that this … Continue reading Exodus

On Not Giving Up

Week one down, a lifetime to go. This week has been a test of my will; the daily struggle caused me to constantly evaluate the changes I was seeking to make in my life. Daily. Literally daily, I entertained the idea of quitting. To give you a better point of reference: I’ve cut all carbs … Continue reading On Not Giving Up

But… Do You Want to be My Friend?

Homosexuality is an issue that, still today, divides the Church. Many congregations and ecclesial movements are struggling to strike the balance between fidelity to the truth and ‘loving all people.’ Some groups have even come forward and stated that living the gay lifestyle isn’t sinful. I recall listening to a radio interview that Rob Bell … Continue reading But… Do You Want to be My Friend?

Defeating Opportunism. Yet another brief reflection.

St. John Paul II’s “Love & Responsibility” is such a profound work; it laid the groundwork for what would become a series of talks we know as Theology of the Body. A basic principle that we can take away from his work is that love must be the foundation upon which relationships are built. Love, … Continue reading Defeating Opportunism. Yet another brief reflection.