The Wedding at Cana

The events in the first few chapters from the Gospel of John show us that it is necessary to reflect on our own eschatological plan for salvation as it relates to the high Christological foundation that Jesus has in our own life. Starting with the baptism of Jesus, we are reminded that his participation inContinue reading “The Wedding at Cana”

In His Love & Light

Have you ever received a Christmas card or other greeting card in the mail and not really paid attention to the message? Have you ever let those humble saints that walk among us pass you by without taking notice? After watching the recent Christmas special of The Chosen in “The Messengers” ( and reflecting onContinue reading “In His Love & Light”

Our Lord Jesus Christ, King of the Universe

Who is the ruler and king of your life? Is it a particular vice or action or sin that keeps your eyes closed from seeing the true beauty and goodness of our Lord and King Jesus who came to rule in a different kind of way? If we recall, the greatest commandment that Jesus gaveContinue reading “Our Lord Jesus Christ, King of the Universe”

Good Shepherd Sunday: Reflection for the Fourth Sunday of Easter

Today’s readings in the Catholic church during this Easter season are oftentimes known as “Good Shepherd” Sunday per the selection from sacred scripture. Today is also the World Day of Prayer for Vocations. We must always remember to pray for our men and women called by God that receive the spiritual call to imitate JesusContinue reading “Good Shepherd Sunday: Reflection for the Fourth Sunday of Easter”

Encounter Our True Self

Today marks the second Sunday of Lent and the readings in the Catholic Church come from the Gospel of Mark, chapter 9 verses 2-10. The transfiguration moment that startled Peter and the disciples had to be a powerful moment to behold. The combination of the old testament and fulfillment of the new testament as portrayedContinue reading “Encounter Our True Self”