A Reflection for the Twenty-Third Sunday in Ordinary Time

Recently, I was invited to dinner in the house of a couple whose marriage I had witnessed. They welcomed me and re-introduced me to their two children: an eight-year old daughter and a five-year old son.

A Reflection for the Twenty-Second Sunday in Ordinary Time

In June of this year a group of young people met Pope Francis and were given the opportunity to question him. After a few had asked questions, a young boy told the Pope about his life: He had been abandoned at birth and was in an orphanage up to the age of five.

A Reflection for the Twenty-First Sunday in Ordinary Time

I find social media fascinating even though I have only used it as the need arises. Email is very useful; I can surf the web and almost twenty years ago I built a very rudimentary web-page. But Facebook, Twitter and other more recent apps have left me far behind.