The people who walk in darkness

The people who walk in darkness

One of my favorite things about the Advent/Christmas season is listening to Handel’s Messiah. Though we all enjoy a good hearty singalong to the Hallelujah Chorus, I think the arias are greatly under-appreciated. Among my favorites is a magnificent bass aria to the...
Ephesians 5 Is Driving Me Mad!

Ephesians 5 Is Driving Me Mad!

I’m not a procrastinator.  That being said, tonight I reached out to a dear friend and asked him: “Quick give me a topic for a post I need to write.”  That post is the one you are now reading.  About an hour later he replied simply “Ephesians 5”.  “Great, now you’re...
BREAKING: Smoking Gun Evidence Jesus Was Married

BREAKING: Smoking Gun Evidence Jesus Was Married

Patmos – Scrolls recently discovered at an archaeological site on the Island of Patmos reveal smoking gun evidence that Jesus, considered by many Christians to be the Messiah – was in fact married. The find comes at a time when other recently discovered...
Good Friday morning read

Good Friday morning read

This is probably the third year in a row that I’ve recommended Blessed John Henry Cardinal Newman’s Discourse 16. Mental Sufferings of Our Lord in His Passion as a must-read for Good Friday. The stations of the cross and the sorrowful mysteries of the...
What if Lazarus Said “No”?

What if Lazarus Said “No”?

In the world between Adam and Jesus, man’s relationship to sin was one of slavery.  The relationship was based not only in fear, but, as St. Paul tells usFor the wages of sin is death, but the gift of God is eternal life in Christ Jesus our Lord. Romans 6:23,...