One cool morning, a woman I had met asked a question that really made me think. “Do we serve God or others? Do we seek to be a people pleaser?” This stopped me dead in my tracks.
Archives for November 2018
I messed up. I sent a work email in haste and it came across poorly. Enter the devil. Once I figured out just how badly I had messed up, the attacks came.
In November Colorado voters made a frequently repeated error in moral discernment: they intentionally placed a man who openly supports intrinsic evils into a position of power and influence over others.
Today there is no shortage of confusion about the pope’s level of authority and the doctrine of papal infallibility. Just when do statements made by a pope rise to the level of formal, infallible pronouncements? Rarely.
The experience of the peace and happiness of “God that surpasses all understanding” (Phil 4:7), attained in freedom and loving obedience, is inseparable from love for the Truth, for Jesus Christ is the “way and the truth and the life” (Jn 14:6), whose gift of himself to humanity opens the way to the Father and the everlasting kingdom of God.