Weekly Reflections for November 14, 2021   Recently updated !

Giving Thanks for Simple Gifts The month of November provides an interesting opportunity to reflect on our understanding of, and our relationship to, both God and his creation. We live in what is objectively the most prosperous time and place in the history of the world.  Elementary school students carry […]

Weekly Reflections for November 7, 2021

The Call Of The Lord We are called to a vocation; be it parenthood, married, or single life. However, with November 7th through the 13th is National Vocation Awareness Week the Catholic Church promotes and celebrates the vocations for the priesthood, diaconate, and consecrated life. We are invited to participate […]

Weekly Reflections for October 31, 2021

‘Halloween & All Saints’ Day’ Across our country, people are celebrating Halloween, and some have been doing so for almost a month. It has become one of the most popular holidays of the year, enjoyed as much by adults as children. While Halloween has its pagan origins, it developed mostly […]

Weekly Reflections for October 24, 2021

All around us in beautiful Harford County, the farmers are bringing in their crops.  In the spring of this year, they fertilized the ground and planted the seeds; then, throughout the spring and summer, they watched over and cared for the plants as they grew to maturity.  Now it is […]

Weekly Reflections for October 10, 2021

When my brother attended the National Catholic Youth Conference (NCYC) in Indianapolis, he returned with a bunch of funky hats and fun pictures. At the time, I figured NCYC was just a weekend getaway where you hang out with friends, swap hats, and clip clothespins to others. I’m so glad […]

Weekly Reflections for October 3, 2021

ANOTHER MARIAN MONTH? Everyone knows that May is a month dedicated to the Blessed Mother.  During that month we celebrate her as: Our lady of Fatima and Our Lady of the Most Blessed Sacrament on 5/13, Our Lady Queen of Apostles on 5/15, Blessed Virgin Mary, Mother of the Church […]