Paid in Full!

Posted by on Apr 25, 2011 in blog

Alleluia!  He is risen!  Our God and King has conquered death by death and given us new life!  As we enter into the Easter season and celebrate Christ’s victory over sin and death, don’t we sometimes wonder why He had to die?  If God is Almighty, couldn’t He have just forgiven mankind without sacrificing His Son?  Or is Christ’s sacrifice the most fitting way for us to be redeemed? Until the 1000′s A.D. many Christian scholars and authors...

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I’m Coming Home, Coming Home, Tell the World I’m Coming Home…

Posted by on Apr 19, 2011 in blog

I always love the Monday thru Wednesday of Holy Week… we’re caught between the excitment of Jesus’ triumphant entrance and the anticipation of his betrayal and death.  What must it have been like to be a disciple that week?  At the beginning of the week you might feel like your teacher was finally having his message heard, being hailed like the King you know he is, only to end the week hiding in fear for your life–too cowardly to stand at his side...

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Veritas 2011

Posted by on Apr 13, 2011 in blog

This past weekend I had the great opportunity to lead worship at a retreat that is very close to my heart.  Back when I was a high school teen, I attended the Veritas retreat and it truly opened my eyes to the richness of the Catholic faith.  Held just outside of Lafayette, La, Veritas is an experience unlike any other for high school teens.  It celebrates the truth and tradition of the faith and invites teens to grow in their relationship with Christ.  Here is a link to...

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Were Our Hearts Not Burning?

Posted by on Apr 4, 2011 in blog

This past Saturday, Jason and I were blessed to spend the morning with the catechists and ministry leaders of St. Alphonsus Catholic Church of  Central, LA, and St. Louis, King of France, Catholic Church of Baton Rouge, LA.  We spent the morning walking through Luke 24, the Road to Emmaus. Topics covered included Understanding Scripture and The Eucharist as the Source and Summit of the Christian Life. Like the disciples on the Road to Emmaus, we asked the Lord to...

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