It’s Christ! Almost…

https://traffic.libsyn.com/secure/everydayliminality/5.4-Christ-like.m4a Many literary and cinematic works use the themes of Christianity to make a compelling story. Coming back from the dead. Saving a people. Being the chosen one with greater power and authority to lead than anyone in… Read More

Are Marian Apparitions Real?

It is not an uncommon experience for me to get a message from someone asking about the prophecy of Mary or some saint. Generally, they’re terrifying. Mary is nothing like the docile, “do unto me according to your… Read More

You Are a Temple of the Lord

Today’s video is my homily for the 3rd Sunday in Easter. The readings can be found here. Once again, I find myself a bit behind posting videos to the blog. Here is a video I posted on Friday:

YouTube: An inspiring, weird world

http://traffic.libsyn.com/everydayliminality/4.12._YouTube.m4a Network television and major production companies can create awe-inspiring works of art, but they are often limited by industry standards, engrained expectations, and bottom lines. Not YouTube. On this platform, creators are in charge, meaning the world… Read More

Learning to be Human Again

http://traffic.libsyn.com/everydayliminality/4.11._Her.m4a Imagine a world in which everyone is isolated from one another, in which people are so lonely and emotionally stunted that their only place of comfort is found in computers, video games, and anonymous online communication. Okay…. Read More

History of the Stations of the Cross

During Lent, and especially on Good Friday, many Catholics pray the stations of the cross. It is among the most popular devotions in the whole world, ranging in style and content from place to place. But where did… Read More

Knives Out: Always More Than There First Appears

http://traffic.libsyn.com/everydayliminality/4-6._Knives_Out.m4a We like to jump to conclusions. We take a quick look, jog our memory, and move on. It’s not the worst habit to have (it’s a great evolutionary adaptation, actually) but it does leave us drawing incorrect conclusions from… Read More

Lessons Learned From My Last Video

This week’s video is a lesson in public discourse and attention to detail. That’s not what the video is actually about, but the reaction to it warrants that lesson. You see, my videos often deal with complex topics… Read More

I’ve got some good news… and some bad news

It’s amazing what a month can do. Per usual, I took some time over Christmas and the New Year to step back from making videos, to relax and plan ahead. By this time of year, I’m usually a… Read More

Why Do Christians Worship on Sunday?

It may seem like an extremely simple question. Sunday is the Lord’s Day. Of course we go to Church on Sunday. And yet, when I asked someone recently about how our Sunday obligation related to the Sabbath, they… Read More

The story was left unfinished!

http://traffic.libsyn.com/everydayliminality/3-11._In_the_Woods.m4a Who doesn’t love Law and Order? You are set up with an interesting case, find clues, and within the course of an hour, you find out who did it. Open-and-shut case. The fact of the matter is that… Read More

Let’s go on a journey!

http://traffic.libsyn.com/everydayliminality/3-9._Journey.m4a Long-time readers/listeners/watchers will know that I am always up for a journey. I absolutely love road trips, hopping on a plane, visiting new places. Wanderlust is real, and I suffer from it. Of course, one need not… Read More