March 24, 2016

Maundy Thursday

The problem of evil is one of the most often mentioned reasons why people do not believe in God—or in a God that is involved in human affairs. Evil exists […]
March 20, 2016

Sunday of the Passion/Palm Sunday

In the 1908 Olympics, a marathoner named Dorando Pietri began his run at a slow pace, but in the second half of the course began a surge that would find […]
March 13, 2016

Fifth Sunday in Lent

Somehow it is the truth that the relative wastefulness of a gift is part of its charm. As a husband, Valentine’s Day roses are the first thing to come to […]
March 6, 2016

Fourth Sunday in Lent

My mother married very young, at least partly to get out and experience the world beyond our little hill in Carroll County. I came into the picture shortly after. Before […]
February 28, 2016

Third Sunday in Lent

It is one of the most popular theologies around and has been so for thousands of years. More popular even than the purpose-driven life, Church, and marriage. There is no […]