The Catholic Family is back! Checkout this little promo and stay tuned for all new episodes. ... Read More about A Catholic Family Haiku
We were blessed to have a new pastor come to our north-central Arizona parish about a year ago. He announced that he was going to pretty much leave things as they are for at least a year. During that time he would study and watch and then he would begin to make whatever changes were on his heart. ... Read More about St. Michael The Archangel (and Me)
Have you ever heard of the word Mugwump? It’s a noun which is defined from a dictionary as a person who remains aloof or independent, esp. from party politics. But in a more literal or common use (how can any word we hardly have ever heard of be in ‘common use?’) -- the word mugwump is known as ... Read More about RUA Mugwump?
Belated and blessed Easter prayers. It's time for a Catholic resurrection. Excuse starting a Catholic Family Podcast with a reflection that starts with me... but I want to start with a story -- well, two stories actually. Story one: My wife Dee and I were at a Thai restaurant about five months ... Read More about It’s Time For a Catholic Resurrection
I live in a parish with a predominately older population. Like many or most parishes, there are the daily Mass attendees... mostly gray haired... often coming for the rosary before Mass and then the 25 minute liturgy. I have to give a lot of our ‘dailies’ credit - they may also stay for the Chaplet ... Read More about Minimalism: Heaven Bent This Lent?