God

Recognizing the Lord in His Purest Form

This Sunday, the Catholic Church celebrates the Feast of the Transfiguration of the Lord. This experience, as witnessed by Peter, James, and John, took place on a mountain top. High elevation often suggests that a spiritual experience is to take place. In this week’s Gospel reading (Mt 17:1-9), we hear: “Jesus took Peter, James, and…

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A Glimpse into Another Dimension

I’m a pretty sensitive guy. When I get choked up at weddings or during special moments, it comes to no surprise to my wife, friends, or family members there to witness it. However, I have lately found myself getting even more emotional than usual. Just the other day, while driving with my wife, Jacqueline, a…

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God, the Trinity, and Recovery

Last week we celebrated Pentecost and the outpouring of the Holy Spirit that takes place 50 days after Christ’s resurrection. The Holy Spirit, along with God the Father and Jesus Christ, His son, complete what we call the Trinity, which is who we proclaim God to be. This can be theologically difficult, but does not…

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Choosing Life Over Death

Have you ever been baffled by the choice of a person you love to resort back to the source of their pain to relieve their pain? Have you ever found yourself in a spot where you couldn’t delineate the difference between your problem and your solution? Whether you’ve experienced this cycle of addiction[1] first or…

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