Is it too late?

It’s Palm Sunday! Which means free leaves, a super long Gospel, and a short homily! (Okay, well, at least you get two of those things today!) Here’s a quick reflection as we look to the end of Lent… Read More

Let Go… Of Yourself

The following is the first installment of a six-part series this Lent. Each reflection is inspired by my new book, Let Go: Seven Stumbling Blocks to Christian Discipleship, available in paperback, audiobook, and Kindle.

Plenty of Lenten Videos

For the past 10 days or so, I have been on the road, visiting Texas A&M University to give a talk, meeting with the friars under five years solemnly professed in St. Petersburg, FL, and attending the Los… Read More

No Meat On Fridays?

Catholics used to abstain from meat every Friday. The practice may have changed, the spirit is still the same.

The Greatest Show On Earth

Last week, I went to the greatest show on earth: the Paschal Triduum of the Catholic Church. (If you don’t know what that is, check out my video for this week.) In reflecting on my experience over the… Read More

Called to Seek Insecurity

Hey everyone! Before we get to the post, just wanted to apologize for the lateness of this post it was actually done Wednesday, and if you can believe it, I forgot to post it until right now! I… Read More

Called to Share Our Lives

This Lent, we are called to share our lives with those we meet, to love more broadly and without counting the cost.

Called to Pray

Sometimes, as simple as it sounds, the most important thing we could ever do is to show up

Called to Discern

Called to Discern “What are you going to do with your life?” For many, there is no more important (or stress-inducing) question in all of the world, which is why I put them front and center as the… Read More

Lent: More Than Misery and Negativity!

Ash Wednesday is here! (and probably already gone since I’m so late in posting this!) Kicking off our Lenten season by ridiculously smearing Ashes on our forehead, many of us became a visible sign to the world today… Read More

Is Lent REALLY 40 Days?

We always say that Lent is 40 days long. But is it really?

Failure

Failure is not only an option, it is the very thing we must seek