Heart Call

The world is in a mess! It’s time some changes are made! Most of us agree with that, but how do you bring that change about? It’s not as hard as you might think. Let’s talk ...

Sacred Heart

Today is a special day in the Church and in the world. It is the day we remember the Sacred Heart of Jesus. It is truly a day of love. Let’s talk ...

Sad Trad

Sacred tradition is the only tradition that should be considered in the discussion of Church leadership and direction. All other tradition is man made and can divide the Church if we are not careful. Let’s talk ...

Only God

How can he do that? The Jews asked that 2000 years ago, and many Catholics ask it today? But maybe that’s the wrong question. Let’s talk ...

Going Further

Unless your righteousness surpasses that of the scribes and Pharisees ... (Matt 5:29). We hear it all the time: “You aren’t the judge of me!” Well, that’s not exactly the truth, of course. While none of us will ever be the One who sends someone to hell, could we be the cause of someone going …

God Is God

As he does his morning prayers, Herman realizes that today is not the best day for him to take on the job of being God. If you’ve ever struggled with authority in your life, you’re not alone. Let’s talk ...

Thirst

Jesus told His disciples that they were to be salt. They were to live in such a way that people around them would become thirsty for salvation. The example they set was to make others want to be part of the kingdom of God. The earth still needs salty believers today. Let’s talk…

Trust

The poor widow did something very strange. She gave all that she had to the church. It made no sense to those who saw it, but it made sense to Jesus. Jesus understood the Kingdom of God, and He understood the poor widow. Let’s talk ...

Question Everything!

The Bible tells us to ask, seek, and even knock. We have questions. Life is full of questions. And there is an answer to every question. So question everything. Let’s talk ...

Trust Some More

The selected passages from the mass on Sunday, May 10, 2020, seem to be saying, “Lord, we trust you, but still, we need your mercy!” We'll explore that idea in this lesson.