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Reflection for Tuesday October 23, 2018: 29th Week of Ordinary Time.
(University Ministry, Creighton University., 2018-10-23)
I was visiting with my neighbor about what people do when heartache or loss affects them, especially if they do not know Christ. They are "without hope."|I'm thankful for my parents, who raised me in a Christian household ...
Reflection for Sunday, July 15, 2018: 15th Week of Ordinary Time.
(University Ministry, Creighton University., 2018-07-15)
We are so blessed to have the Bible and our inspired pastors, priests and church leaders to teach us and lead us. So is that enough? Is it OK to leave the God "stuff" to others, to those "called"? Today's scripture ...
Reflection for Thursday June 13, 2019: 10th Week in Ordinary Time.
(University Ministry, Creighton University., 2019-06-13)
A couple of weeks ago, I was treated to a wonderful and joyous event: in a formal liturgical setting, a First Communion service for six children, all around 8 years old. Two of the communicants were my Great-Grand nephews, ...
Reflection for Wednesday, December 14, 2016: 3rd Week of Advent.
(University Ministry, Creighton University., 2016-12-14)
"For thus says the LORD, the creator of the heavens, who is God, the designer and maker of the earth, who established it, not creating it to be a waste, but designing it to be lived in: I am the Lord, and there is no ...
Reflection for Saturday, August 22, 2020: Queenship of the Virgin Mary.
(University Ministry, Creighton University., 2020-08-22)
|This feast is celebrated on the octave day following last Saturday's Feast of the Assumption of Mary into Heaven. As Hopkins would write in another Mary-poem, (The May Magnificat), "Why fasten this upon her with a feasting ...
Reflection for Monday, December 5, 2016: 2nd Week of Advent.
(University Ministry, Creighton University., 2016-12-05)
I see today's first reading from Isaiah as an invitation, one that encompasses all of life, really, but is offered to us in a particularly meaningful way here in Advent. The reading uses language of "return," so to me ...