GOD AND MAMMON (DISGUISED AS ANXIETY)

    Jesus knows human nature so well. He knows that the human person can only concentrate on one thing at once. I do not think Jesus would have agreed with the modern notion that multitasking is a virtue! . Jesus isn’t anti-money, but is instead anti-anxiety. St Ignatius would Read More

EWTN FAMILY PRAYER FOR THOSE WITH SSA

    Prayer Heavenly father, we stand in awe of your glory and your love for us! You said that it isn’t good for man to be alone. We pray for those who suffer with same-sex attraction. Heal the wounds of their past and help them to trust in your Read More

NEW RECOMMENDED BOOK

  Please take a look and support a truly remarkable man!     Dan’s book, which He has been working on for many years is finally going to be a reality, by the grace of God. It’s on the Ignatius Press website, available for, as well as on Amazon.  . Read More

Thought of the Day

          I have found the paradox, that if you love until it hurts, there can be no more hurt, only more love. -Mother Teresa        

JUST FOR TODAY LIVE IN THE MOMENT

  In this season of Advent we are tempted to grow anxious, stressed out and to lose our peace. The peace we only find while being in the presence of Christ. To live in Christ’s presence we need to live in the present moment. As St. Therese of Lisieux prayed Read More

From Stones to Men

By Dan Mattson     I was reading something tonight from St. John Chyrsostom that recalled to mind the story of the Prodigal Son we heard in the Gospel reading for today. The Parable of the Prodigal Son always moves me when its read at Mass, for within its tale Read More