Following sister Simone Campbell and the “Nuns on the Bus” has given me hope in our political system. I believe sister and the nuns, are our modern day Isaiah and Read More
Give Me the Internet or Give Me Death!
An open letter to my Church family In my sophomore year at the Passionist Prep in Warrenton Missouri, I won a speech contest delivering Patrick Henry’s “Call to Arms” in Read More
To Tweet or Not to Tweet…
Pope Francis is an amazing leader. Besides his staunch support of the oppressed and marginalized of the world, at the age of 79 he has a Twitter account. I have Read More
Fr. Joachim, C.P. Easter Message
CPPWe are a community of laymen and laywomen who, with vowed Passionists, seek to share in the charism of St. Paul of the Cross through prayer, ongoing spiritual Read More
Mom Says: Nothing is Impossible!
I’m not sure my brother Terry remembers it, but I remember it as if it was yesterday. Terry was struggling with one of the large storm windows he had just Read More
Three Everyday Stories for Those Who Have Eyes to See and Ears to Hear.
I keep listening to TED Talks expecting to run out of inspiring stories of visionary people. I’ve been going there quite awhile and that hasn’t yet happened. TED, I believe has Read More
How to Kill Your Dreams in Five Easy Steps
Somewhere along the journey of my life I’ve learned that if I want to be successful, I need to hang around successful people and maybe even more importantly, do what they do. Read More
Pentecost–Discovering Your Voice
“There are two important days in your life, the day you are born and the day you figure out why you were born.” Words from Boniface Mwangi in today’s TED Read More
A Path, a Task and a Key
Jesus took Peter, James, and John and led them up a high mountain apart by themselves. And he was transfigured before them… (MK 9:2-10) I believe that everything Jesus claimed Read More