Tuesday, March 21, 2023

Guest Commentary


Eucharistic Revival Series: A Hidden Aspect of the Eucharist

Some time ago, I was introduced to the activity of geocaching. One of the Sisters with whom I lived was an avid geocacher and adventurer.

Eucharistic Revival Series: Miracles, Big and Small

Miracles. Whenever I hear that word, I associate it with some Biblical passage like Moses parting the Red Sea or Jesus raising folks from the dead, cleansing those with leprosy, restoring sight to the blind and on and on.

Eucharistic Revival Series: Perception is Key

Confession time. When I was in college, I needed to attend a class to update my lifeguarding certification.

Eucharistic Revival Series: ‘Christ is Never Alone’

Years ago, when I was dating, I was told by an elder within my family that, in marriage, one does not only marry the individual, but their “entire” family as well.

Eucharistic Revival Series: He is Alive!

Many, many years ago, I was staying at my uncle’s summer house at the beach on the Long Island sound. This was perhaps the third or fourth time that I had the privilege of staying at a beach house.

Eucharistic Revival Series: An Encounter with a Eucharistic Miracle

Several years ago, I had the privilege of traveling to Italy with my sister and our mutual friend.

Eucharistic Revival Series: Echoing Mary’s Fiat

We find ourselves in the midst of Advent and immediate preparation for Christmas. Advent is a season in which we reflect on the past experiences of those who await the coming of the Promised One as well as those who were chosen by God to be His Son’s earthly parents.

Eucharistic Revival Series: Transformed by the Eucharist

Many years ago, one of my teacher colleagues touched me deeply with her story.  You see, in her own words, she was a true ugly duckling.

Eucharistic Revival Series: Our Power as God’s Co-Workers

It never ceases to amaze me how the Holy Spirit teaches me through everyday experiences. Recently, He “spoke” to me through the words of Sacred Scripture. In the morning reading for Mass that day, I read, “For we are God’s co-workers; you are God’s field, God’s building.” (1 Cor 3:9)

Eucharistic Revival Series: A Deeper Perception

During the years I taught in a classroom, I became aware that if I was going to teach my students, I had to know how they thought.

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