Diaconate Journey Continues – Ignatian Spirituality


May 18th was our last Spiritual Direction and the turning in of our last homework as Deacon Aspirants. We also spent the afternoon with Jerry Frumento who is a passionate instructor on the Old Testament. Our last Spiritual Direction marked the completion of the 19th Annotation of the St. Ignatian Spiritual Exercises. This, like so many […]

Embracing the Desert

Many of us are struggling with the new economic realities of the past two or three years. Unemployment, and underemployment, figures continue to be gloomy. Countless people have been looking for work for months without success. Our faith can be challenged at times like this, and it can be hard to keep optimistic and cheerful […]

Keep Holy Election Day

Keep Holy Election Day As we enter into the run up to the next Presidential Election in November 2012, I have been thinking more and more about what it means to be an American citizen and a Catholic.  The 2012 election will be my first opportunity to vote for a US President since becoming a […]