Category Archives: faith

A Brief Christological & Ecclesiological Reflection

As I promised in my last post (though a day later than originally stated), here’s the reflection I was satisfied enough with to post on this blog. This reflection was the final writing assignment for the first week of one … Continue reading

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Happy Easter!

To all readers of the blog, a most happy and blessed Easter to you all! The darkness of Lent is ended and the brightness of Easter shines forth in full force. One of the perks of working at a Catholic … Continue reading

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The Results of God’s Friendship, Part III: The Recap

The third and final portion of my talk delivered on Kairos 155. — My brothers, I have said a lot to you this evening about my own life, about the lives of those important to me throughout the years, and … Continue reading

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The Results of God’s Friendship, Part II: The Nitty-Gritty

Part two of my Kairos talk series on God’s workings in our lives through those around us. — So, now, as I go through the relationships and experiences of my own life, I invite you guys to listen attentively and … Continue reading

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The Results of God’s Friendship, Part I: The Backdrop

Last week Kairos 155 went down at the Jesuit Retreat House in Parma. I had the opportunity to deliver a talk on this retreat. The general theme of the talk is the “results of God’s friendship,” a talk which connects … Continue reading

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