Posted by on Feb 19, 2011 in blog

Check out the latest publication from Dr. Brant Pitre, Jesus and the Jewish Roots of the Eucharist! I picked up my copy on Friday, and I have to that say some theological works open up Scripture in a way that allows the reader to ever so slightly experience their hearts burning within them like the disciples on the road to Emmaus. Dr. Brant Pitre’s Jesus and the Jewish Roots of the Eucharist is one of those works. In his latest book, Pitre takes the reader back in...

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Posted by on Jan 10, 2011 in blog

For the last several years one my New Year’s resolutions is always to increase the amount of silence in my life, and every year it is an incredible challenge!! But it looks like I’m not alone. I recently started reading The Challenge of Silence by Anselm Grun, O.S.B. And in honor of my resolution I’m going to be silent and let his words speak to you: St. Benedict commits his monks to silence so that they may be less apt to sin. But if we take a closer look at monastic...

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Hail to the King!!

Posted by on Nov 22, 2010 in blog

This Sunday we celebrated the Feast of Christ the King, marking the final week of our ecclesiastical calendar!  I was blessed to attend the Eucharistic procession at Old St. Patrick’s in New Orleans.  Father invited the little children and their parents to join in the procession as the Real Presence of Christ (the Source and Summit of the Christian Life), displayed in a monstrance, was carried around the beautiful Church.    In the hectic day-to-day of life it is so easy to...

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