Faith

The Love of a Parent

I love my kids. Being a parent is a wonderful gift, even though I sometimes joke that I’m not ready for children. But ready or not, they’re here, all eight of them – from 21 years old down to 4. I have often marveled at the mathematical improbability of having eight children who all seem to be... [Read more...]

Recovering Faith

I love a good story. One of the things I appreciate most about having my conversion story included in Patrick Madrid’s Surprised by Truth 2 is that it’s such a compelling book. I pick it up every year or two and re-read it, because the stories always resonate and provide inspiration. That’s... [Read more...]

He’s A Nice Priest!

Yesterday, I was preparing to lector at our parish and receiving some last-minute instructions from my friend Martha, lector extraordinaire. In walked Msgr. Anthony Borrelli, the celebrant of the Mass. “Which one of you knows the most about computers?” he asked. Martha and I promptly pointed... [Read more...]

The Purpose Driven Blog

Why Another Blog, Anyway? As a newcomer to the world of social media, I had to decide on the purpose of my blog and web site. It struck me today, while jogging on the treadmill, that this purpose might not be self-evident. As you might expect from the site name, my motivation is one of gratitude. And... [Read more...]

What’s The Name Of That Book?

Faith at Work: Making a Career of Becoming a Saint This morning, my acquisition editor/legendary writer/all-around great guy Dr. Bert Ghezzi shot me an email. Much to my delight, the team at Our Sunday Visitor just agreed on the title for my first book, due for release March 1, 2012. It’s going... [Read more...]

By What Authority?

The Corapi Division Like many faithful Catholics, I am deeply saddened by the continuing drama surrounding John Corapi. Since I first became Catholic, the former “Fr. Corapi” was an articulate and energetic preacher. For his work over the past twenty years, he has my gratitude. Much has been written... [Read more...]

A Father’s Day Gift

What Fathers Really Appreciate This morning, my eight year old son David came bounding into my room with my four year old daughter Hannah. “Happy Father’s Day!” they shouted. Joseph, the more sophisticated ten year old, trailed with a smile on his face, echoing their comments. The even... [Read more...]

Role Models

I have known Chuck and Jo Ann Wilson for years now, and am constantly grateful to have them as role models in my life. Fellow members of Legatus (Chuck is President of our chapter this year), they have a good marriage, raised four terrific kids – one a priest in our diocese – and have an... [Read more...]

Reasons to be Grateful

The Pope doesn’t take advice from Alec Baldwin I love being Catholic. There are so many reasons to be grateful, I hardly know where to begin. But one jumped out at me yesterday. “Anthony Weiner is a Modern Human Being” screamed the headline. Or so says actor Alec Baldwin in a recent Huffington... [Read more...]

From Atheism to Catholicism

For those who are philosophically minded, I can’t help but recommend a book by my friend Dr. Kevin Vost. I had the pleasure of meeting Dr. Vost when he visited The Coming Home Network recently to be a guest on The Journey Home with Marcus Grodi. Dr. Vost, a regular guest on The Sonrise Morning... [Read more...]

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